It’s well worth your time to check out what the Canadian side of Niagara Falls has to offer. The following is a list of highly recommended tourist destinations:
A view from the top of the Niagara Skywheel
The height of 53 meters provides a spectacular panorama of Niagara Falls. Because of its elevated position (Clifton Hill), the entire Niagara River and both the American and Canadian Falls can be viewed from here. Twelve minutes are spent on the wheel, or six cycles of two minutes each. The enclosed and climate-controlled cars on the ferris wheel allow the ride to operate year-round. It is essential to understand the process of renewing your passport. Canada Passport Renewal ensures that you can travel internationally without any issues.
The Rage of Niagara
In this 4D film, you’ll be immersed in the process that led to the formation of Niagara Falls. An 8-minute animated film explains how the waterfalls were formed by glaciers, setting the stage for the rest of the adventure. You’ll then spend the next six minutes immersed in all your senses thanks to a 360-degree screen in a dedicated theater. You’ll feel a twenty degree drop in temperature as water is sprayed and snow begins to fall. Placed on Table Rock’s amusement district close to Horseshoe Falls. A 365-day-a-year operation.
Free Fall and Niagara Discovery Center
The main draw is freefalling down a vertical tunnel while being carried through the air by powerful currents. When exposed to the ground’s air currents, the participants’ special clothing inflates. The first 25 minutes are spent in briefing and explanations before you take to the skies. The perfect outing for the entire family. A mechanical bull, laser tag, climbing wall, simulator, and video game arcade are just some of the action-oriented activities available at the Interactive Centre.
Indoor Waterpark at Fallsview
The Falls Avenue Entertainment Complex is home to a large indoor water park. The park features a huge wave pool, jacuzzis, and a beautiful kiddie area, in addition to its 16 water slides, some of which are as high as 6 stories.
There is a Hershey’s factory outlet, a WWE World Wrestling Entertainment ride and shop, an MGM Studios store and ride simulators, a “adventure city” with a ton of rides, and plenty of other stores and restaurants in the nearby entertainment complex. Sheraton on the Falls and Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls are just two of the excellent hotels that are conveniently located near the complex.
Water Park at the Americana Resort (Waves)
Yet another Niagara Falls indoor water park. The Americana Resort is adjacent to this one, which has a tropical theme. A wave pool, multiple waterslides, a kiddie pool, and a couple of jacuzzis make up the “beach” at this facility. The doors are always open.
You can find all of these and more on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Make the most of your time here by making a plan to see as much as possible during your trip.