Friday, March 11, 2016

Travel Complete guide to Niagara Falls

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We have had the privilege of living rather close to the Canadian border. Because, of this we have vacationed in Niagara Falls several times. It can be overwhelming with all the tourist attractions, outdoor activities and several restaurants. Here is a guide that will help you choose which attraction is for you and your family!
Where to Play
  Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Canada: Three Acres of Indoor Family Fun! 1,000 gallon tipping bucket,16 Thrilling Water slides, Indoor tidal Wave pool, Jungle play land.
The SkyWheel looks over Clifton Hill, attractions enjoy climate controlled gondolas towering 175 feet over the Niagara Falls horizon. 
 Skylon Tower, Niagara Falls, Canada. 
It takes a 52 second ride up a glass elevator to be 775 feet above the Falls. 

 "Fun Pass" which included 5 attractions to partake in on Clifton Hill. We personally enjoy the Wax Museum and Glow in the Dark put-putt!
 Journey Behind the Falls: traveling 150 feet down to the bedrock to tunnels leading to the Cataract Portal and Great Falls Portal.
 Everyone loves Marineland! Enjoy shows, feeding elk, deer and feeding Beluga whales!
 The Bird Kingdom is open every day of the year and house over 400 birds.
Butterfly Conservatory, Canada: they house more than 2,000 butterflies, made up of 45 different species.
Where to Eat:
Queen Victoria Place Restaurant: Wide range of menu choices and price points! Kid friendly, clean and well organized!
Rainforest Cafe they strive to help educate the public and area schools about the world's rainforests, threatened and endangered species, and conservation efforts to protect the planet's fragile ecosystems.

3 comments:

  1. I went to Niagara Falls as a little kid, maybe 3 years old. The only thing that I remember is my brother scaring me that the people in the boats below were the ghosts of the people that died jumping down the Niagara Falls. Big brothers can be mean ;-)

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  2. We've never been to Niagara Falls - but all of these great photos make me want to visit sooner rather than later!!!

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  3. I've been to Niagra Falls once and probably did it all wrong - had zero guidance and just walked around aimlessly lol - I'm going to come back soon armed with more knowledge. So thanks :)

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