Niagara Falls Attractions

Niagara Falls Attractions are time tested and plenty of fun for couples, families, and corporate events. Looking for fun things to do in Niagara Falls, see the attractions below and start your Niagara Falls Vacation today.

Clifton Hill

Clifton Hill is located one block from the Falls, enjoy over 35 of Niagara Falls attractions and restaurants. Clifton Hill offers an array of attractions, resort hotels, restaurants, shops and nightclubs.
For more information visit: Clifton Hill.

Marineland

Marineland is one of the most expansive attractions in Niagara Falls, and is host to a variety of live performances. The Marineland Amusement Park and Animal Exhibits are an excellent family destination during your stay in Niagara Falls.

Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours

Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours offers a modern twist on the Niagara Gorge experience. Open since 1992 in the Niagara Region, they are the authority in water safety in the Niagara Gorge.

For more information visit: Jet Tour Boats

Safari Niagara | Near Niagara Falls

Open seasonally from May to October. Let the kids go wild at Safari Niagara.
Great family fun including a petting zoo, children's play area, splash pad and picnic facilities.

For more information visit Safari Niagara.

Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory

The Butterfly conservatory houses approximately 2,000 live free-flying butterflies of about 45 different species.
For more information visit: Butterfly Conservatory

Niagara Skywheel

Towering 53 meters over the Niagara Falls horizon, the all-new “Niagara SkyWheel” delivers magnificent views of both the Horseshoe and American Falls.

Skywheel Website

Whirlpool Aerocar | Niagara Falls Gorge Aerocar

The Whirlpool Aero Car operates from Mid March until Mid November. The Whirlpool Aerocar is best way to see Niagara's fascinating Whirlpool is from high overhead.

For more information visit: Whirlpool Aero Car

Niagara Gorge White Water Walk

Open late March until late November (weather dependent).
You'll get a close-up view of one of the wildest stretches of whitewater in the world.
For more information visit: White Water Walk