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Fun Things to do in Niagara Falls with Kids this Fall

No doubt this Autumn of 2020 will be different than other years, but there are still plenty of fun things to do in Niagara Falls with kids this Fall. With the proper precautions in place, here are 5 of our faves.


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No doubt this Autumn of 2020 will be different than other years, but there are still plenty of fun things to do in Niagara Falls with kids this Fall. With the proper precautions in place, here are 5 of our faves.

1. Niagara Speedway

The Niagara Speedway is still running in the Fall (weather dependent). There’s no better way to have fun with your children than on North America’s largest elevated go-kart track facility! The entire track is outdoors, and all the proper health and safety requirements are implemented.

The Niagara Speedway has introduced a state-of-the-art sanitization machine that cleans and disinfects all the helmets after each and every use using integrated UVC/ozone light banks and a sanitizing mist application.

things to do in Niagara Falls in the fall with the kids
The Clean Flow Sanitizing Machine

Cost: $12 for Drivers and $4 for Passengers

2. Clifton Hill Fun Pass

With families and FUN in mind, Clifton Hill offers a new and modified Clifton Hill Fun Pass that features 3 exciting attractions with an over $15 savings. Get the Niagara SkyWheel, Movieland Wax Museum, and your choice of Dinosaur Adventure Golf or Wizards Golf . This pass is available 7 days a week either online or in person at any one of those locations.

Fall view from the Niagara SkyWheel

Cost: $19.95 for Adults and $14.95 for Children

3. Bird Kingdom

Photo cred: Instagram @bird_kingdom

The Bird Kingdom is a great activity for all ages to get out of the chilly Fall air that the whole family will enjoy! It is the world’s largest free-flying indoor aviary. Open daily from 9:30 – 5:00, they follow all health and safety protocols during this time. The Lorikeet feeding is still open on Friday’s, Saturday’s, and Sunday’s. For the best is savings, purchase the annual membership that gets you unlimited entry for the year for only $39.00 for Adults (16+) and $29.00 for Children (3-15) via their website.

Cost: $18.95 for Adults and $14.95 for Children

4. Butterfly Conservatory

Photo cred: Instagram @niagaraparks

Always a family go-to when arriving in Niagara Falls, the Butterfly Conservatory offers a tropical rainforest setting with a network of pathways weaving through a habitat of over 60 different types of beautiful butterflies. Your youngsters in particular will scream in delight as the butterflies flutter by (maybe even resting on them)! They are open 5 days a week in the Fall (closed on Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s) from 10:00 – 5:00.

Cost: $16.50 for Adults and $10.75 for Children

5. Whirlpool Adventure Course

The Whirlpool Adventure Course is an exciting fun activity open for everyone in the family to try. With 3 different options available, you can choose between the “Classic”, “Extreme”, and the “Kids” courses. The “Kids Course” is for children aged 5-12 with a minimum height requirement of 3’9″, and offers fun obstacles up to 20-feet (six metres) high with over 20 games. The “Classic” and “Extreme” Courses have a minimum age of 5 and guests must be 4’8″ tall in order to take part. These feature obstacle games such as log ladders, cargo nets, rope swings, tightropes, swinging logs, wobbly bridges, and more that gradually become higher and more challenging as you go on.

They are open weekends only until November 1st, 2020 and due to the new protocols put worth, it is encouraged that you book online.

Cost: $22.99 for the Kids Course, $29.99 for the Extreme Course, and $44.99 for the Classic Course

For more fun things to do in Niagara Falls with kids this Fall, please visit safetoplay.ca.


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