Create Unforgettable Memories this Summer

It’s time to rediscover Niagara Parks. With family friendly attractions, gardens, nature sites, restaurants, golf, and heritage sites, there is something for everyone. Whether it’s been 10, 20, or even 50 years since you’ve visited, this iconic global destination has so much to explore.

Rediscover Updated Attractions

Rediscover timeless classics with a fresh perspective this summer at Niagara Parks! With new exciting updates to iconic experiences at Journey Behind the Falls, Whirlpool Aero Car and Table Rock Centre. This year, experience a new exhibit located inside Journey Behind the Falls featuring all things history of Niagara Falls! From the geological formation of Niagara Falls to Indigenous history and origins of tourism, you’ll learn all about the very attraction you’re experiencing! You won’t want to miss out on this new addition to the iconic attraction.


New Memories Await

Whirlpool Aero Car recently underwent refurbishments to both the lower section and the iconic yellow arch, over 100 years after its first ride. Today, continue to experience a bird's eye view of the one of the world’s most mesmerizing natural phenomena, the class 6 Whirlpool Rapids of the Niagara River. With over 100,000 riders annually, these recent refurbishments will allow for future generations to continue to enjoy this world-renowned attraction. Looking for a place to eat? The newly renovated Table Rock Centre is your one stop shop for food, shopping, entertainment, and of course, unmatched views of the Horseshoe Falls.

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What's Old Is New Again

Continue to create family memories at Niagara Parks with the newest attraction, the Niagara Parks Power Station + Tunnel. Travel back in time to see how Niagara has harnessed the power of water to generate electricity for over 115 years. Witness the architectural and engineering marvel, learning more about the visionaries behind it, while exploring the interactive exhibits. Continue your journey as you head 180-feet underground in a glass elevator to explore the tunnel. What was once a tunnel to drain water from the Power Station, is now a fully accessible viewing platform to view both the American and Horseshoe Falls.