The city of Niagara Falls, Canada is located in southern Ontario. On the other side of the Niagara River from the city of Niagara Falls, Ontario is New York’s half of the city. The principle landmark of the city is the Niagara Falls as they cascade into Lake Ontario. The metropolis on Canada’s side has much to offer such as these famous Niagara Falls attractions:
Open and free to the public every day of the year, the Bird Kingdom is an aviary where the birds can fly about at will. The aviary includes flying creatures like bats, toucans, and lorikeets.
Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
Part of the Falls Avenue Resort, this indoor waterpark has a huge Tipping Bucket. Besides a sundeck, the park also has sixteen slides and a fantastic wave pool.
Great for older children and adults, this facility offers an indoor skydiving experience. Other entertainments offered in the building are a rock climbing wall, a mechanical bull and a lazerball arena.
Parklands with features like The Journey Behind the Falls and the boat ride on the historic Maid of the Mist first used as a tour boat in 1846. A favourite of the parks is the free Butterfly Conservatory.
Queen Victoria Park
Situated directly off the Niagara Falls Parkway, Queen Victoria Park has a gardens and falls overlooks. During the months of summer, the nights of Friday and Saturday have spectacular fireworks displays over Niagara Falls, but the falls are lighted each evening of the year.