Celebrate Easter Niagara Falls Style!


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Why not spend the Easter Holiday’s enjoying all the best activities that Niagara Falls has to offer! Planning a fun-filled itinerary for Easter can be tricky- that’s why we’ve done it for you here. This article features all the most memorable adventures Niagara can provide this Easter long weekend! The upcoming holiday period kicks off Friday, April 15th and runs all the way into Easter Monday: April 18th, 2022. Despite what the weather is like, Clifton Hill is jam-packed with indoor activities to be enjoyed, rain, snow, hail, or shine!

Easter weekend in Niagara Falls is a time of celebration with family. Spring colors are beginning to pop throughout the exquisitely maintained Queen Victoria Park, Oakes Garden Theatre and along the picturesque landscape of the Niagara Parkway.

Easter Deal Skywheel
SKYWHEEL DEAL: SAVE $1 OFF ADULT/CHILD TICKETS

Some of Clifton Hill’s favorites are open for the spring season, just in time for you to enjoy over the long weekend. Both The Niagara Speedway and Dino Adventure Golf are open and ready for you- so why not opt for both!? The speedway combines the thrill of a roller-coaster ride and go-karting for an epic, family fun adventure…And Dino-Golf features huge dinosaurs scattered across a massive course just begging to pose with your little ones in a hilarious selfie. Taking in the sights and sounds of Clifton Hill is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that will leave your family with lasting memories.

Speedway Track
Niagara Speedway
Dino Adventure Golf

Niagara SkyWheel

Have you had the time to take a ride on the Niagara SkyWheel? The SkyWheel provides extraordinary views of Niagara Falls, both day and night. If you have not had the chance to take a ride on the 175 feet tall observation wheel, here’s your opportunity to see why it’s a perfect fit for your next holiday adventure.

Whirlpool Adventure (Opens April 15th)
Niagara Zip-line (Open Now)


Niagara’s Top Attractions…All Within A Block of Falls!

Sainte-Jean-Baptiste Day in Niagara Falls
Click here for a birds eye view of Clifton Hill showing all our recommended attractions!

The FUN PASS Is Back!

While visiting Niagara Falls get our 6 Attraction Clifton Hill Fun Pass for the best deal on family fun entertainment at a considerable discount.

Only $29.95 for Adults and $19.95 for Children (+HST).

All the included attractions will have extended hours! (*Dinosaur Adventure Golf is weather permitting)


The Great Canadian Midway Token Deal

MIDWAY TOKEN DEAL: 160 TOKENS FOR $44.25 +tax

Easter Events (April 15th to 18th), 2022

Falls Illumination
Easter Brunch
Greg Frewin

Easter Egg Hunts in Niagara

Easter Egg Hunt Spoils

Niagara Falls:

1) Fireman’s Park Niagara Falls
Friday, April 15th starts at 11am
2275 Dorchester Rd., Niagara Falls

The Stamford Volunteer Fireman’s Association bring back their annual Easter egg hunt at Fireman’s Park this year. A $3 entry fee or one non-perishable food donation per child is required. Children are sorted into age groups and given 10-15 minutes to collect as many eggs as possible. Meet the Easter Bunny, participate in face painting, colouring contests, guessing games, and visit the fish pond. Treats, hot cocoa, coffee, and cold drinks will keep you going.

2) Warner Ranch Niagara Falls
April 9 & 10, 15th-18th from 9am-4pm
7705 Schisler Rd., Niagara Falls

EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA: NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED-Rain or Shine event. There is no reserved time slots available – first come first serve. We offer an excellent opportunity to take the kids out this Easter for our incredible and exciting Easter Eggstravaganza.

Niagara on the Lake:
3) Easter Egg Hunt & Bunny Trail Niagara on the Lake
Saturday, April 16, 9am-11:30am
NOTL Community Centre, 14 Anderson Ln., Niagara-on-the-Lake

The NOTL Kinsmen Club and the Niagara Nursery School and Child Care Centre welcomes back the popular Easter egg hunt and bunny trail in Niagara-on-the-Lake on Saturday, April 16.

The Easter celebrations will take place at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre, 14 Anderson Lane, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The Kinsmen Club will hold an Easter egg hunt at 10 a.m., while the nursery school will have indoor and outdoor festive events throughout the morning, including a visit from the Easter Bunny.


Fudge Factory!

Easter has long been associated with three things: the Easter Bunny, the Easter Egg and chocolate!

With the Holiday right around the corner, the Fantasy Fudge Factory on Clifton Hill has you covered!

The Fantasy Fudge Factory has a massive selection of not only 20 varieties of hand-made fudge and various assortments of chocolaty treats, but the store also carries a marvel of candy creations. You can even grab a container of your choosing in size and scoop your very own concoction for your tasting pleasure! 

Create your own Easter basket by mixing and matching certain items that you find from within the store, which also includes many toys and make it your headquarters for Ty Beanie Baby collectibles since they offer hundreds of the little critters!


Food & Drink

While hosting an Easter dinner can be rewarding, it can be a tonne of work. Why not take a break and let us cook and entertain for you?

We have some top restaurant options for you to consider, especially if you are feeling burnt out from planning a home cooked Easter feast:

Boston Pizza Clifton Hill and KELSEYS Original Roadhouse, Clifton Hill

Both these restaurants will be open their regular hours throughout the holiday weekend with no early closures!

Boston Pizza
Kelsey’s Clifton Hill

Strike Rock N’ Bowl

If you’re looking for some great family entertainment, you’ll find Strike Bowling & Games an ultimate place to play.

Here you’ll find 7 full size 10 pin bowling lanes, a high-def audio/visual system, intelligent LED lane lighting and touch screen monitors for easy, automated scoring. Plus, with special bumper-rails that can be raised or lowered for each player, kids and novice bowlers don’t have to throw gutter balls.

After bowling, you can stick around to enjoy a friendly game of pin ball, high-tech arcade games, and racing simulators.


Nearby Attractions

Clifton Hill Attractions – Open Extended Hours Easter Weekend

Falls Illumination
Movieland
Wild West Coaster
Niagara Helicopters
Niagara Zipline
Oakes Garden
Niagara SkyWheel
Dino Adventure Golf
Fallsview Waterpark
Greg Frewin Theatre
Wizards Golf
Bird Kingdom
Ghostblasters
Great Canadian Midway
Ripley’s Museum
Zombie Attack
Queen Victoria Park
Nightmares Fear Factory

Nearby Hotels

Easter in Niagara Falls
Courtyard Marriott Niagara Falls

Easter in Niagara Falls
Howard Johnson Hotel by the Falls


Parking

Especially relevant is finding convenient parking close to all the Niagara Falls Easter action. With Clifton Hill’s Main Parking area, you’ll have direct access to Clifton Hill and be only steps from the Falls. Click on the image below for location and driving directions.

If you and the family are planning an Easter getaway there is no shortage of things to do along Clifton Hill’s World Famous Street of Fun by the Falls!


What Else is Open Good Friday & Easter Sunday

  • Most restaurant and bars will be open throughout the region
  • Canada One Outlet Mall: 7500 Lundy’s Ln, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 1G9
  • Outlet Collection at Niagara: 300 Taylor Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0
  • Most Niagara-region wineries or vineyards will be open.
  • Niagara Brewing Company: 4915-A Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3N5
  • Counterpart Brewing: 3659 Stanley Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 0A6
  • Blackburn Brew House: 8001 Blackburn Pkwy, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 0A6
  • Cineplex Odeon Niagara Square: 7555 Montrose Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2H 2E9

About Easter

In the Christian world, Easter is a celebration of the resurrection of Christ. On the third day after his crucifixion (Good Friday), the New Testament tells us that he arose from his grave and appeared to his disciples and ascended to Heaven…this is celebrated by Christians every year on Easter Sunday. The rabbit is known for its reproduction prowess (hence the term “multiplying like rabbits”) and is seen as having special powers to help humans reproduce, which symbolizes fertility and the egg is also a symbol of fertility, rebirth and new beginnings…which celebrates the death and resurrection of Christ. And chocolate? You can thank the Europeans for that. It began in the early 19th century and it was mainly France and Germany that decided to take this on.


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