Niagara Falls comes alive in spring and with the snow melting and sun shining, there are a number of top attractions that re-open their doors to tourists during the warmer seasons. Here are some of the best attractions that you can expect to experience this spring in Niagara:
Hornblower Niagara Cruises
Visitors can experience Niagara’s iconic boat tour beginning on April 1st when Hornblower Niagara Cruises begins its 2017 season. This thrilling boat ride takes you right up close to the thundering Horseshoe Falls where you will feel the mist and experience the true power of the waterfall’s rushing waters.
Safari Niagara opens its doors to the public again on May 13th and visitors can go to experience thousands of birds and animals in a 150-acre nature park. With free walking tours, interactive demonstrations, a petting zoo, picnic areas, and more it is the perfect outdoor destination for visitors young and old.
Whirlpool Aero Car
Opening for the season on April 14th, Niagara’s Whirpool Aero Car takes guests over top of the incredible Niagara Whirlpool, which is a very powerful natural whirlpool located in the beautiful Niagara Gorge. Visitors will experience unparalleled views of the gorge and whirlpool from the aero car, which is itself an impressive and one-of-a-kind engineering feat.
Journey Behind the Falls Lower Observation Deck
Journey Behind the Falls’ Lower Observation is closed during the winter due to a buildup of ice and snow, but as soon as it is all melted and the deck is once again accessible, guests can visit the Lower Observation Deck to experience remarkable views of the Horseshoe Falls from below.
A stay at the Crowne Plaza Fallsview hotel will put you very close to the magnificent Niagara Falls as well to a number of these exciting attractions. Niagara Falls has countless entertainment, dining, and hotel destinations to experience and because many of them will soon be opening their doors again for a brand new season, this spring is the perfect time to plan your next visit to wonderful Niagara Falls.