Bird Kingdom

Take a tropical adventure to the Bird Kingdom in Niagara Falls! The Bird Kingdom is the largest free-flying indoor aviary where over 300 birds call their home. The aviary is a multi-level rainforest setting housing a 40 foot waterfall, dozens of topical plants, and 80 different species of birds! The Bird Kingdom also features a smaller aviary for small birds to make their homes in as well as a nocturnal aviary! The nocturnal aviary stays dark even during the daytime hours to accommodate the nocturnal creatures. Besides bird watching, children can have fun with the Kids Archaeology Dig where they can search for treasures in the kingdom! Fun for everyone, the birds in Bird Kingdom await your visit!

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Written by: Kelsey Chapman

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Niagara Sky Wheel

Open all year round, the climate controlled Niagara Sky Wheel will take you a journey 175 feet above Niagara Falls to give you a breathtaking view of the Niagara area. Whether you visit it day or night, the sky wheel will forever change your opinion on sightseeing! The fully enclosed, climate controlled gondolas are perfect for snowy visits in the winter months to! The Niagara Sky Wheel ride varies between 8 to 12 minutes and allows you perfect views from every angle.

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Written by: Kelsey Chapman

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Marineland was opened over 50 years ago and takes great pride in educating the world on its unique aquatic life and attractions. Attractions at Marineland include: the Arctic Cover (where you can get up close and personal to touch and feed the white whales), friendship cove (which allows an uncles underwater view of the killer whale), the Beluga whales, and even traditional land animals (including bison, elk, and deer)! Marineland has something to offer everyone!

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Written by: Kelsey Chapman


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Butterfly Conservatory

The butterfly conservatory is located at the Niagara Parks Botanical Garden, just north of Niagara Falls. With over 2,000 butterflies (thats 45 different species!), you can explore up tp 180 meters of trails and exhibits all throughout the beautiful environment. Though the conservatory is enclosed, it holds true to a rainforest like environment full of lush trees and exotic plant life. The tour is self-guided for your convenience and children of all ages are welcome.

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Written by: Kelsey Chapman

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