Activities in Niagara Falls

Up to 54% Off Sand-Sculptures Exhibition Visit

Niagara Sand Sculptures Exhibition

Niagara Falls

C$16 C$8

25 massive sand sculptures from international artists bring to life key figures from the War of 1812

"Bodies Revealed" – Up to 54% Off Exhibit Visits

"Bodies Revealed" Exhibit: Niagara Falls, Canada

Four Points by Sheraton

C$35 C$20

Preserved human bodies showcase skeletal, muscular, circulatory, and other systems in a scientific exhibit that explores anatomy and health

51% Off at Niagara Falls IMAX & Daredevil Exhibit

Niagara Falls IMAX & Daredevil Exhibit

Niagara Falls

C$41 C$20


Explore the Falls' 12,000-year history with a larger-than-life IMAX show, then look closer at the daredevils who braved the watery drop

Run or Dye 5K Race Entry

Run or Dye

Niagara Falls

$51 $25.50

This lively 5K race douses its participants in colourful dyes as they cross the finish line

Up to 50% Off Go-Karting & Golf in Niagara Falls

Go Karts Niagara

Niagara Falls

$25 $13

Karts up to 13 hp hug hairpin turns on tire-lined outdoor track & golfers reunite cups & dimpled orbs across jungle-themed mini-golf course

Up to 57% Off Indoor Games at Captain Jack's Pirate Cove

Captain Jack's Pirate Cove

Niagara Falls

C$35 C$15


Players battle at laser tag, navigate a laser maze, or tee off on the mini-putt course, and dine at East Side Mario's

Up to 71% Off Niagara Falls Fun Zone

Niagara Falls Fun Zone

Niagara Falls

C$35 C$10

Groups test their skill on mini golf course, laser tag arena, or maze of mirrors with $20 voucher

Up to 78% Off at Screaming Tunnels

Screaming Tunnels

Niagara Falls

$28 $10

A haunted maze winds through daunting tunnels that capture the feel of a Hollywood horror movie

Up to 71% Off CrossFit Classes

Falls CrossFit

Niagara Falls

C$120 C$39

Work out in intense small-group CrossFit classes with functional movements designed to improve strength, speed, agility, and flexibility

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Comprised of three distinct historical sites, the City of Niagara Falls Museums preserve the rich stories of the area’s iconic landmarks and inhabitants. The Niagara Falls History Museum explores centuries of tales of the roaring waterfalls—and the devils who dared to smuggle barrels past them—and the Willoughby Historical Museum recounts the daily rural life of Willoughby and the Village of Chippawa. At the Battle Ground Hotel Museum, actors immerse visitors in a restored 1850s tavern on the grounds of the Battle of Lundy’s Lane.

5810 Ferry Street
Niagara Falls,

Since hatching their first helicopter in 1985, National Helicopters Inc. has become one of Canada's biggest chopper flight and maintenance organizations. Boasting more than 45,000 hours of incident-free flying, National Helicopters' pilots ensure safe passage to wherever passengers desire, and their photo and aerial tours and helicopter golf trips go off without a hitch due to the pilots' countless hours of practice. For those interested in taking the handles, the company teaches commercial pilot instruction, along with survival training and ground school.

468 Niagara Stone Road
Niagara On The Lake,

Lions are typically considered kings of the jungle, but at Jungle Putt, that honor goes to elephants. A massive replica of the floppy-eared mammal oversees Jungle Putt’s two 18-hole courses, whose greens twist and undulate beneath the shadow of verdant trees. Celebrate holes-in-one with post-game sundaes and cones at the on-site Freddy's Ice Cream shop. Youngster's can also explore the other jungle at Jungle Putt: an outdoor jungle gym.

7280 Lundy's Lane
Niagara Falls,

As a National Historic Landmark, Old Fort Niagara celebrates the Great Lakes' history with original military architecture, educational exhibits, and breathtaking views of Lake Ontario and its surrounding scenery. Guests can don a favorite duster jacket and explore the fort while impersonating French invaders’ pursuit of collectable Beanie Babies. Careen through the Gate of the Five Nations built in 1756 or investigate the mysterious lore of the old powder magazine. Built in 1726, the French Castle is the oldest building at Fort Niagara and exudes protective construction as well as the celestial ambiance created by its legendary headless ghost. The history-laden can stop by the museum shop after the tour, where novelty items, apparel, and souvenirs are traded for American dollars or sugarcanes stuffed with American dollars.

2 Scott Avenue

The Criminals Hall of Fame lures tourists and locals with more than 40 flagrant figures accompanied by eerie insight on their disturbing deeds. Craft a tender romance by treating your sweetheart to a tour of the deviant minds and mugs of North America's favourite bogeymen (a $10.93 value per admission). A wistful stroll through the museum's exhibits exposes repugnant guises from the likes of Al Capone, Clyde Barrow, and veritable vampiress Elizabeth Batheroy, providing the perfect distance for ghost-free photo ops. The gallery also boasts a number of Old West rascals, such as Jesse James, Billy the Kid, and the elusive Road Runner.

5751 Victoria Avenue
Niagara Falls,

A world class tropical adventure, located in Niagara Falls, Ontario, is the largest free-flying indoor aviary in the world.

5651 River Road
Niagara Falls,