Niagara Parks Floral Showhouse
For over 60 years visitors have come to Discover Paradise at this lush oasis, just a short walk from the Niagara Falls. Collections of orchids, succulents and other tropical plant species are on display throughout the year, along with floral shows that reflect the changing seasons. Flying throughout the greenery are colourful tropical birds that may sing for your entertainment!
- During the summer months, don't miss the spectacular gardens surrounding the Floral Showhouse, including one of Niagara Parks' extensive rose gardens, ponds and a fragrance garden where plants are identified in Braille for persons who are visually impaired.
- Wander along the paths or rest on a bench in the peaceful Artists Garden--you won't believe you are in the centre of the city!
- Check out our annual displays gallery to see what we've done in the past. With eight shows per year, something new is always in bloom!
- This serene location is a beautiful setting for an intimate marriage ceremony, wedding photography, or a corporate event. Visit Niagara Parks Weddings or Corporate Events for more information.
$5.00 Adults (13+ years), $3.75 Children (6 to 12 years). Children 5 and under are FREE! Ontario residents may upgrade to a season pass to enjoy the changing displays all year. Paid parking available on-site.
Annual Floral Displays
Visit often to enjoy each of the eight floral shows each year. Times are approximate and include set-up.
- Spring Show: mid-January to Easter
- Easter Show: Easter Weekend, running two to three weeks
- Hydrangea Show: May
- Regal Geranium: June
- Summer: July to mid-August
- Reiger Begonia: mid-September to October
- Chrysanthemum: November
- Christmas Display: December
Please see our events calendar for more information.
Titan Arum - World's Tallest Flower
Looking for updates on the Amorphophallus Titanum (aka: World`s Tallest Flower) at the Floral Showhouse? Check our our blog to keep up-to-date!
Spring Show on Now!
On until May 10, 2013, the Floral Showhouse Spring Show includes primula, calceolaria, cyclamen, cineraria and more!