Create good memories with your kids by getting them involved in Niagara Falls attractions or activities on your visit here. Here are 5 interactive things to do with children here.
Kids will love the Butterfly Conservatory! This climate controlled greenhouse features over 2000 exotic butterflies and 60 different species. It is a self-guided walking tour which allows kids to walk amongst the butterflies — some even landing on their clothing.
Enjoy the hatching station in which this particular exhibit allows kids to learn about the life cycle of the butterfly. Take a look inside the Emergence window, where you may watch butterflies leave their pupae to prepare for flight.
The Bird Kingdom is the World’s largest free flying indoor aviary, in which kids get to see exotic colourful birds fly freely in the multi-level rainforest. Kids also get to touch and hold exotic rainforest creatures at certain times throughout the day, and feed and interact with the playful birds at Lorikeet Landing.
Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum
Clifton Hill is home to a recently completely reformed Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum. It’s been transformed to be completely interactive for kids, in which it’s all hands-on, touch, and feel. Some new exhibits nclude a ‘Bumblebee’ Transformer made entirely from used car parts, an albino Buffalo, and the world’s tiniest nano-sculptures.
Wax Hand Emporium
A very fun activity for kids to take part in, as well as a cool souvenir for them to take home, is to get their own hands waxed at the Fun Factory on Clifton Hill. The Wax Hand Emporium allows kids ages 4+ to go through this safe and guided process with experienced staff. They can choose from any colour they wish, even adding rings, butterflies, and their name on the keepsake.
Crock A Doodle Niagara Falls
Crock A Doodle Niagara Falls is a paint your own pottery studio. Kids get to choose a piece from a wide selection including mugs, plates, bowls and more. Staff will assist to help them create their own unique work of art to take home as a souvenir from their trip to Niagara Falls.