There’s no doubt about it, Clifton Hill is the place to go for anticipation and excitement in Niagara Falls. What if you wish to relax? We have that too! Here are 5 ways to relax on Clifton Hill.
#1. KELSEYS Original Roadhouse
After a day of viewing the Niagara Falls, trying out all our attractions and checking out our shopping facilities, you’ll want to rest your feet — and most probably fill up your bellies. That’s what KELSEYS Original Roadhouse is there for! Share some apps (here’s our faves), grab a drink, and check out our extensive menu. Our patio has live entertainment daily throughout the Summer to enjoy, and we feature comfortable booths reminiscent of being at home. Conveniently located at the top of Clifton Hill and Victoria Avenue, across from the Niagara Speedway.
#2. Boston Pizza Clifton Hill
Another optimal spot to sit and relax is at Boston Pizza Clifton Hill. Pull up a seat and enjoy an open air view from our covered patio, or inside with over 50 big screen TV’s featuring your favorite sporting events. This is one of Canada’s best spots to lounge and de-stress after a long day. Our location also features arcade games for the kids to play as you wait for your food to arrive, as well as a full-lane bowling alley at Strike! Rock N Bowl.
#3. Niagara SkyWheel
The Niagara SkyWheel is phenomenal to kick back and enjoy the views in comfort. Climate-controlled, with soothing music and not to mention a visual paradise, the gondolas can accommodate 6-8 people — or go by yourself! It’s up to you. Don’t forget your camera!
#4. Oakes Garden Theatre
It’s a gem on Clifton Hill! Located at the very bottom of the street and along the Niagara Parkway is this little piece of Niagara Falls history. This is a beautifully maintained garden called the Oakes Garden Theatre. It is the perfect spot for a superb panoramic view of the American and Horseshoe Falls. It includes a distinctive pergola wall, lush gardens and beautiful, colorful flowers. A quaint little bridge that leads to a lily pond adds a little serenity and magic to a park that was welcomed to the Niagara Falls Arts & Culture Wall of Fame in 2011.
#5. Queen Victoria Park
Feel like packing a picnic lunch? No worries! The bottom of Clifton Hill enters into the gateway of Queen Victoria Park. Come here for a picnic, to rest your legs, to experience the best view of the Falls and fireworks shows, or for a leisurely walk along the pathways. There is no admission cost for the park, as it is free for everyone to appreciate and enjoy. Ample parking can be found at Clifton Hill’s main parking lot, just a 5 minute walk away.