Family-friendly, fun: Your family guide to Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls Family Guide: Planning a family trip to Niagara Falls? You’re not alone! Every year millions of visitors from across the world descend on the three beautiful waterfalls that sit along the US-Canada border, and thousands of those visitors are families looking to spend some quality time together and make some happy memories.
So, what is it that keeps solo travellers, romantic couples and families visiting this incredible natural wonder year upon year?
Here we’ll look at some fun and interesting activities you and the whole family can enjoy during your trip to Niagara Falls.
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Niagara Falls Family Guide
Indoor water parks
Tell the family to pack their swimming gear for their trip to Niagara Falls and they may look at you in horror.
However, there are in fact several indoor waterparks that will keep you and the kids entertained between sightseeing and good food. Fallsview Indoor Water Park has over three acres of pools, slides and water-based fun, including indoor and outdoor facilities, a restaurant and towels and swim diapers available for free!
Niagara Falls Helicopter rides
If you’re a family of thrill-seekers, then things don’t get much better than a helicopter ride over the falls. You’ll get to witness the majesty and the power of Niagara Falls from above and experience the thrill of soaring through the air. There’s no minimum age to fly and it’s a wholly family-friendly experience.
Niagara Butterfly Conservatory
Niagara Falls is known for bringing us closer to nature and appreciating it’s power and beauty at the same time. You can also experience a more delicate side to nature with a trip to the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.
This tropical eco-system is just a short drive from the Falls, where you and your family can witness over 2,000 butterflies flying free within the conservatory.
The Niagara SkyWheel
Want to view the falls without getting too wet? Each pod on this incredible SkyWheel is big enough to walk around, is air-conditioned and perfectly safe. Even little ones can enjoy the views from above while parents don’t have to worry about them tumbling out of sight.
Winter Festival of Lights
The festival is held every year from mid-November to mid-January.
Enjoy kid-friendly dining
As a parent, dining out can be a challenge. However, in Niagara Falls you’ll find a wide range of restaurants and eateries that are relaxed and kid-friendly. So everyone can enjoy a good meal and have a great time.
If you are one of the millions of people who have visited the iconic Niagara Falls and are wondering if they are worth a 2nd visit, the answer is definitely yes. The waterfalls themselves have not changed much, but what you can see and do in the area has.
As you would expect for a tourist area that attracts around 30 million visitors each year there is a lot to do and see. You could go back there for many years without managing to experience it all.
Visiting Niagara Falls is an experience like no other. Travelers have come from around the world to admire its majestic beauty for years.
When you visit Niagara Falls, you’ll experience a natural wonder of the world, explore acres of pristine hiking trails and scenic terrain, immerse yourself in outdoor adventure and taste the simple goodness of orchards and award-winning wineries.
From the great outdoors to history, romance and culinary, you won’t be sorry you visited.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you’ll visit again real soon . . . . Janice B