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Queen Victoria Park is home to a collection of iconic green spaces, attractions, landmarks and restaurants bounded by the Horseshoe falls and popular Fallsview tourist district. Walk through the park and be amazed by the most spectacular views of the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. You’ll find a beautiful rock garden, hanging baskets, a hybrid tea rose garden and attractive floral displays. Park benches and well-groomed lawns offer ideal spots to relax or take memorable photos.
In the area surrounding Queen Victoria Park, find more pristine parks and natural sites including Oakes Garden Theatre, Dufferin Islands and Kingsbridge Park, all connected by the Niagara Parkway and Niagara River Recreation Trail.
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Reconnect with Nature
With 56 kilometres of preserved parkland found along the Niagara River, there’s an abundance of opportunities to reconnect with nature in Niagara Parks. Explore endless hiking trails, learn about the exciting sport of bouldering, discover hundreds of bird species along the Niagara Parkway, or take an unforgettable ride along the paved Niagara Recreational Trail.
Regarded for decades as an international gathering place for guests looking to experience the natural beauty that is Niagara Falls, Queen Victoria Park is the host site of many renowned events, including the New Year’s Eve and Canada Day celebrations, the Winter Festival of Lights and numerous other cultural and community events.
Take a short walk along the Niagara Parkway from Table Rock Centre and you’ll find ten acres of paradise at Dufferin Islands. Winding paths and wooden footbridges connect small, secluded islands and offer a tranquil escape in the heart of Niagara Parks. You may be surprised at the wildlife you find in this popular escape, Niagara’s hidden secret.
Queen Victoria Place Restaurant
Located in the heart of Queen Victoria Park, this stately building features a distinctive green copper roof and walls of boulder stones that came from the riverbed just south of the Horseshoe Falls. Over the decades, the structure of Queen Victoria Place was remodelled several times, but much of the original material still exists.
Today, this modern yet rustic restaurant offers a locally sourced menu, Niagara VQA wine list and diverse craft beer selection.
Enjoy a memorable evening in Niagara Falls with a jaw-dropping fireworks displays against the backdrop of the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. For over 25 years, the Falls Fireworks Series at Niagara Parks has dazzled visitors with over 100 spectacular fireworks displays each year.
Join us throughout the year at Queen Victoria Park to enjoy Canada’s longest running fireworks series!
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