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On a trip with friends of mine from home, we were taken on a daytrip to the Niagara Falls area on a daytrip by the Canadian friends we were visiting. After the Skylon Tower, the attractions at the IMAX Theatre across the parking lot, and...More
Didn't really pay much mind to this park during the day, but a must visit at night during the Winter Festival of Lights. Trees are done up very nicely, and they have interactive see-saws that make music. Little one had a blast despite the cold...More
The Winter Festival of Lights is going on right now so the park is super decorated and very pretty. There are 15 interactive see-saws set up for FREE and they light up and play music when you use them. My kids loved it! The whole...More
this is yet another of the many places to experience at niagara falls. it is very well maintained and the views are truly beautiful. take your time when visiting the canadian side so that you can really enjoy your visit. i will return.
In the hussle and bussle of the falls and all the tourists, this is a beautiful park that demands your attention and a brief rest, plenty to see and enjoy in a well maintained park, well worth the visit.
I love Niagara Falls. The Gardens was a nice oasis in a tourist town. Beautiful flowers even in mid - October. It's right off the main drag - you can escape the noise of the powerful water for a moment.
We walked along the walkway and got SOAKED from the mist, but it was worth it. The views from the Canadian side are amazing, even with the mist blocking some of the view. Definitely take an umbrella and raincoat. While the falls are free, the...More
Not sure, but think that is way too early for tulips. You could see daffodils in bloom and flowering fruit trees, though, so it still could be pretty. The national park service for Canada should know this.