5 Things To Do In Niagara Falls Canada
Now that some of the travel restrictions between the United States and Canada have been loosened for individuals and families traveling with children since the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic, you have been seeing quite a bit more Canadians driving around Western New York. Those Canadians, who are mostly from Ontario, have been doing more shopping in our malls and stores, visiting the sights of Western New York, and so much more and all of this is a great thing for the Buffalo economy.
Another great thing about these looser border cross rules means that more Americans are able to cross into Canada. I know that is great for people like me who have lots of friends in Ontario and I haven't actually seen them in person in more than 2 years. Let's just say that I cannot wait until I get to run through the six with my woes again.
So, if you do decide to visit our neighbors to the north, what is there to do? Well if you stop in Niagara Falls, Ontario, here are 5 things that you can do that will leave you feeling pretty good.
View Niagara Falls
While Niagara Falls State Park in Niagara Falls, New York, is one of the best public parks in the world, the view of the actual Niagara Falls is amazing from the Canadian side. Just walk down onto Niagara Parkway and see for yourself.
Visit Clifton Hill
The three-block-long street is one of the main tourist attractions in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and features many activities. From the Great Canadian Midway to the Movieland Wax Museum, to Ripley's Believe It Or Not, there is just about something for everyone.
Does the idea of being on a Ferris wheel that's 175 above Niagara Falls excite you? If so then the Niagara Skywheel is for you!
Niagara City Cruises
If you're looking for another type of adventure, then head down into the Niagara Gorge and hop on a Niagara City Cruises ship and pull right up on Niagara Falls. The former Hornblower cruise ships take you right to the brink of the Falls.
Have you ever wanted to play Mario Kart in real life? If so then make sure you check out the Niagara Speedway, with a spiral track that extends nearly 40 feet in the air, you are sure to have a bunch of fun zipping around and around.