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What To Do in Niagara

What To Do in Niagara

Niagara's newest and largest indoor water park awaits you!The Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is over 125,000 square feet of water park fun across from the Falls.This stunning waterpark features 16 waterslides up to six stories high, a 1000 gallon tipping bucket, mammoth aqua play area and more.

Located on the Falls Avenue Entertainment Complex, North America's largest indoor Waterpark and Hotel complex, the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is the only Fallsview waterpark in Niagara.
The waterpark features direct connections and superb accommodations to the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, Crowne Plaza Hotel, the Skyline Inn and is conveniently across the street from the Hampton Inn by Hilton at the Falls.

Bird Kingdom-

4x Winner of Niagara's "Attraction of the Year", this soaring adventure is for the whole family!Discover the world's largest indoor, free flying aviary with over 400 exotic birds from around the world.9 Specialty Areas to explore as you journey through this "Awe" inspiring Kingdom.

Hold and feed our Rainbow Lorikeets or for the adventurous types we offer amazing reptile encounters. Go ahead and hold a python or other interesting creatures, if you dare! In our Small-Bird Aviary, smile at the playfulness and songs of the Rainforests smallest winged wonders. Our Discovery Zoneallows you to meet our handlers and learn about our reptiles and fantastic, highly intelligent birds. You may even meet a talking bird along your way.

There are many hidden secrets to discover in our Nocturnal Jungle as well. Children cansearch for treasures from the past in our Kids Archaeology Digand be amazed to learnabout Niagara in our Historic Niagara Room.

The Main Aviary is yours to discover. Meander the paths of this 45,000 sq. foot Tropical Rainforest, explore all it has to offer.marvel at the 40 ft. waterfall and over 400 free flying tropical birds in a natural environment. Unlock the mysteries of the ancient symbols and mystifying writings found in our 100+ years old, intricately hand carved, teak wood, Javanese Tea House. Marvel at this unique and authentic piece of architecture while you savour a tea or enjoy a dessert in this incredibly exceptional, one of a kind, historical masterpiece.

For the shopper our Macaw Market offers unique gifts from garden decor to plush toys and collector pieces as well. Banquet and Meeting facilities are also available at the Bird Kingdom and our Birthday Parties are unique and memorable for all.

Your heart will take flight, at this truly wild winged adventure.Don't miss your opportunity to visit this world class attraction. Discount Tickets are available at

There is nothing else like it in North America, all next to the Falls!


One of the best ways to explore Niagara is by experiencing the seemingly endless kilometers of our bicycle trails. With far-reaching trails like the Greater Niagara Circle Route and the Waterfront Trail and many off-road trails around the region, we have more than enough terrain to satisfy everyone from beginners and family day-trippers to advanced cyclists who are looking for a challenge.

Bring your bikes along or consider renting one when you get here. Our scenic cycling tours showcase the magnificent Niagara Falls and our numerous parks, wineries, orchards, farms, waterways, historic villages and more. Make time for a cycling adventure during your Niagara vacation, you’ll enjoy every minute.


Port Dalhousie is a great location for family fun and entertainment. While you may want to fish, your friend or partner may want to shop or dine; Port Dalhousie has a perfect balance for everyone! Port Dalhousie is known for its small town attractions; restaurants, bars, entertainment, Lakeside Park
(The Lakeside Park commemorated in song by the famous band RUSH), and the beautiful beach.Port Dalhousie is a great location to fish all year. You can easily access the docks and water by boat, walking, running, or cycling. Most anglers enjoy fishing the river on the docks.

The Port Dalhousie Pier Marina is approximately 9 miles west of the Niagara River, and considered to be"one of the premier and most popular marinas on the south shore of Lake Ontario" (PDPM). The location offers a breathtaking view of Toronto, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Port Dalhousie. The marina is only a few minutes away from the world renowned wineries, theaters, night life and historical attributes of the Niagara Region.


Niagara is a golfer's paradise. Home to more than 40 courses across the region, Niagara offers a wide range of courses for all skills and abilities. From tour grade courses to executive level courses, everyone's sure to find fun and excitement golfing in Niagara.

Imagine making an incredible birdie putt and hearing the roaring falls off in the distance or imagine the feeling of hitting the perfect drive alongside Niagara's extraordinary escarpment. Start planning your Niagara golf vacation and you can make that a reality. Take an afternoon during your vacation and play 18 holes or to get the full experience we encourage you to play a few rounds.

The diversity of nature areas and hiking trails in Niagara is exceptional. Feel nature's pulse and soak up the beauty. Niagara is home to the majestic Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere designated area recognizing its unique ecological and geological traits. Along the Escarpment you'll find the Bruce Trail, Canada's longest and oldest footpath, which starts at Queenston Heights Forest in Niagara-on-the-Lake and connects many natural areas as it curves around Lake Ontario before heading north to the Bruce Peninsula.

Hike down the Niagara Gorge to the swirling waters of the Niagara River. Explore Short Hills Provincial Park and the Region's numerous Conservation areas. Expect epiphanies of wonder and delight as rare plants come into view, breathtaking views appear and waterfalls and hidden pools beckon. With terrain for all levels of hikers, from leisurely to extreme, there is something for everyone.
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