Clifton Hill / HOCO Entertainment will temporarily close all public-facing operations as a precautionary measure.
Effective End of day Wednesday, December 23rd we will be temporarily closing until authorized to reopen.
We take the current situation very seriously and want to ensure the health and safety of our guests and team members.
This action is consistent with the recommendations of the province’s Chief Medical Officer of Health related to the new measures for COVID-19.
Customers can continue to monitor our website, social media channels or contact us at [email protected] for any questions they may have.
Please refer to our current hours of operation here: https://www.cliftonhill.com/info/hours

Floral Clock

This horticulture wonder is located 8.8km north of Clifton Hill adjacent to the Centennial Lilac Garden and Sir Adam Beck Generating Stations. Millions of tourists marvel at the beauty of nature and human creativity with this clock. It’s also a great place to visit after eating a big lunch on Clifton Hill, where you can shave off some calories with a nice stroll through the nearby gardens.

The clock is based on one found at Princess Street Gardens in Edinburgh, Scotland, originally built in 1903. It was during a business trip there, Former Ontario Hydro chairman Dr. Richard L. Hearn, was inspired by the clock and petitioned to have one built in Niagara. 

Niagara’s Floral Clock is 40 feet in diameter and the largest of its kind in the world. Launched in 1950, it was Ontario Hydro’s floral show piece and featured the letters in “ONTARIO HYDRO” to mark each the twelve numeral locations. 

The clock consists of over 24,000 colourful carpet plants and sometimes during winter stones replace the flowers. The face of the clock is sloped at a 3:1 ratio, with a beautiful water feature surrounding the bottom third of the clock.

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