Hear the roar of the Falls, feel the power of the Majestic Niagara from Hornblower Niagara, go deep behind the rush of Water with “Journey behind the Falls”, take a stroll along the edge of one of the world’s wildest stretches of White Water Walk. You can’t get any closer!
Hornblower Niagara Cruises
Hornblower Niagara Cruises is a thrilling new way to experience the awesomeness of Niagara Falls up close. The ultimate Catamaran tours that get you as close as possible to the foot of the mighty Falls. Ride up the Niagara Great Gorge and journey past the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and into the heart of the famous Horseshoe Falls. Hornblower Niagara Cruises is truly a must do and a trip of a lifetime you will not soon forget!
Journey Behind the Falls
Stand back and watch as 13 stories of Water falls in front of you. Millions of gallons of water crash down to the Niagara River basin below.
White Water Walk
Walk along one of the most dangerous patches of white water anywhere in the world. Watch Class 6 rapids as they fight to get out of the narrowest section of the Niagara Gorge.
Whirlpool Aero Car
Enjoy a view from above as you travel on a cable high above the rushing Niagara River as the torrent of water roughly changes direction causing the famous Niagara Whirlpool. The Whirlpool aero car travels securely between two points one on the Canadian side, one on the American side.
Everyone loves Marineland! The largest aquarium and theme park in Niagara allows you to get up close and personal with marine animals including Bottlenose Dolphins, Beluga’s, Killer whales, and sea lions. In addition to shows, displays and interaction with the life aquatic, the park features thrill rides, rollercoaster’s and a petting zoo.
The Niagara Floral Clock
The Floral Clock is the crowning jewel along the winding lower-river Niagara Falls Parkway. Its 40-ft. breadth, 250lb. sweep second-hand and English West Minister Chimes are the perfect compliment to its magnificent face. The Niagara Falls Floral Clock is constructed with over 19,000 indigenous flowers.
The Niagara Butterfly Conservatory has been one of the most popular attractions in Niagara Falls since opening over 10 years ago. A year round paradise is home to 2,000 tropical butterflies that fly freely through lush greenery and blossoms.