Niagara Falls Attractions
Falls Avenue Resort
The 20 acre Falls Avenue Resort keeps guests connected to the best attractions, shopping and restaurants in Niagara Falls. Falls Avenue is the only hotel, entertainment and attractions complex in Niagara that is directly across from Niagara Falls. Home to attractions for all ages including the 3 acre Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Canada’s only Hershey’s Chocolate World Store, and the exciting Adventure City. Visit the Centre of it All
Fallsview Indoor Waterpark
Directly connected to the Crowne Plaza is the 3 acre Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, is the newest and largest fallsview waterpark in North America featuring 16 slides, full size wave pool, Tiny Tots Splash Park, 1000 gallon tipping bucket and more! The perfect family vacation destination.
Casino Niagara is directly connected through an indoor skywalk to the Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls-Fallsview Hotel providing easy access to Casino fun. Casino Niagara features two floors of gaming excitement! A wide variety of games including slot machines, poker tables, and more are available in addition to numerous dining and entertainment options. It is clear to see why Casino Niagara is the place to be.
Across the street from the Falls, the Crowne Plaza Niagara Falls is surrounded by the beautiful Niagara Parks, operated by the Niagara Parks Commission that has the responsibility to preserve and enhance the natural elements of Niagara Falls and the surrounding park land. For decades tourists have enjoyed the Maid of the Mist, Journey behind the Falls, along with an abundance of other attractions that help bring you closer to the Falls.
Clifton Hill has become one of the most visited streets in Niagara Falls, located in the heart of the tourist district the “Hill” as it is commonly referred to is home to attractions, museums, fun houses, haunted houses and restaurants.
A scenic drive along Niagara’s wine routes will lead you to an impressive number of wineries recognized around the world for outstanding quality. Be sure to sample the unique ice wine that is harvested and created in Niagara each winter.
Niagara Falls Sightseeing and Travel Tours
Niagara Falls and the Niagara Region offer visitors a lot to see and do. Drive along the wine route, bike or walk on the recreation trail along the Niagara Parkway, and be sure to take advantage of the various rest stops and lookouts along the way. A new partnership between the City of Niagara Falls and Niagara Park Commission is now offering guests an opportunity to explore all that the city has to offer. The WEGO Visitor Transportation System connects the tourist district and the rest of the city via state-of-the-art Shuttle Buses.
This summer guests will also be able to experience Niagara-on-the-Lake via WEGO. Shuttle service has been expanded for June 23-September 1 with shuttles running every 90 minutes from Floral Clock to Fort George. Tickets are available for purchase at Fort George, Floral Clock, and Niagara-on-the-Lake Chamber of Commerce.