As a premier marine park, adventure awaits you whether you are young or old. Simply come and explore the many sights and shows offered daily.
At Marineland you’ll experience an awesome encounter with orcas (killer whales), beluga whales, sea lions and dolphins and more! With underwater viewing stations and special touching and feeding sessions you can get close and personal with these fascinating creatures of the sea.
On land, you can dine in one of the park’s three restaurants; share a meal with fish, elk and deer at the feeding exhibits, or get an adrenaline rush on one of the many thrilling rides.
Open from May until October, this fun-filled family attraction is a must-see for anyone visiting the Niagara Falls region. Marineland will give you an unparalleled ocean and land experience that the entire family will enjoy.
During your visit to Niagara Falls, don’t forget to pop into Marineland’s Friendship Cove: The home of the orcas.
Friendship Cove is a humungous 4.5 million gallon tank that is home to many of the ocean’s most remarkable creatures. And, it has a series of overhead and underwater observation areas to help you fully experience the magnificence of these huge and powerful creatures.
But, the MOST exciting part of Friendship Cove is being able to touch and feed the orcas. If you have never seen an orca up close, the “Jump and Splash” sessions are sure to thrill you.
After that, make your way to the King Waldorf Stadium to watch dolphins, sea lions and walruses entertain the crowd. You’ll be amazed at their intelligence and amused by their tricks.
If you are fascinated by whales and other marine life, you’ll find Friendship Cove a unique treat.
While the Marineland orcas are flashy and fun, you won’t want to overlook the charming and affectionate beluga whales at the nearby Arctic Cove.
Arctic Cover is a specially designed tank has mimics a beluga’s natural habitat, so you’ll experience a “natural” whale encounter of a unique kind.
Also known as white whales, belugas are native to Canada’s ocean waters. They are born gray and age to a beautiful white as their skin loses pigmentation. Watch as these friendly and sociable creatures from the frigid north, pop up from the water and nod their heads.
You are invited to explore the observation decks and underwater viewing areas to see these magnificent creatures up close. However tickets must be purchased for special touching and feeding sessions that are scheduled throughout the day.
At Friendship Cove in Marineland, you can touch and feed killer whales, and watch “Jump and Splash” shows that highlight the majestic grace of these huge marine mammals. It’s one of the up-close and personal experiences you’ll find at Marineland Niagara Falls.
Despite their name, killer whales are actually gentle and affectionate animals. While the name ‘killer whales’ has been used for centuries, these ocean dwellers are actually members of the dolphin family. Also known as orcas, it wasn’t until marine parks such as Marineland began to study these animals that their fun-loving nature was discovered.
Today, the killer whales at Marineland entertain and delight thousands each year. Housed in one of the largest whale habitats in the world, they can enjoy a safe and comfortable living environment.
Fish, Bear, Deer
At Marineland you can get close to wildlife that live on land, as well as in the sea.
You can stop by the animal enclosures to see, feed and pet some of the most interesting and beautiful land animals in Canada. If you’re a passionate about animals, then you’ll enjoy the unique experience of feeding fish, touching elk, cuddling deer and fawns and watching black bears chase each other as they play.
Marineland’s kid-friendly combination of land mammals, marine life and amusement rides make this special park a place that every member of your family will remember for years to come.
At the King Waldorf Stadium you’ll have a chance to see dolphins at work and at play.
You’ll watch as trained dolphins, walruses and sea lions entertain you with amazing flips, daring tricks and high-flying bows. These smart and entertaining mammals will have you saying "wow" more times than you can count.
Daily shows feature the parks’ dolphins, sea lions and walruses. Expert trainers delight audiences as they highlight each animal and their special skills and abilities. Adorable walruses will make you smile and the hilarious antics of the sea lions, as they outwit their human companions, will have you laughing out loud.
These fun filled shows will give you a deeper appreciation for our friends in the sea. Each show is seated on a first come basis so visitors are encouraged to arrive early. Select a spot close to the tank for great views of the flying dolphins, funny sea lions and friendly walruses.
For all of you thrill-seekers, Marineland Niagara Falls offers a collection of daredevil rides to push your adrenaline to its limits.
You can ride on the world’s tallest triple tower. The Sky Screamer launches riders more than 137 meters in the air before dropping you at speeds up to 96 kilometres per hour.
After conquering the Sky Screamer, head over to the Dragon Mountain roller coaster. Dragon Mountain is the world’s largest steel roller coaster. It covers more than 30 acres and takes riders through more tunnels than any other coaster.
If you prefer a little less intensity, there are 16 amusement park rides with various thrill levels, including an Orca Screamer that is a kid-sized version of the Sky Screamer.
Your visit to Niagara Falls wouldn’t be complete without a ride on the wild side.