Summer 2018 just started, and if you haven’t been to Niagara Falls yet this year, here’s a summary of new and fun things to check out before the Summer is through.
New Clifton Hill Additions
2017 and 2018 has been a great year for new additions on Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls!
Last year, our 6D Adventure Ride “Zombie Attack” opened to rave reviews, new concessions stands that offer pizza and funnel cakes complete with a sitting area, a newly expanded parking lot, the Niagara Speedway Game Zone area, KELSEYS has been completely renovated, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museum has also been completely renovated (made larger and it is more interactive), and of course, this Spring our newest attraction, the Niagara Speedway opened after much anticipation!
Six Attraction Clifton Hill Fun Pass
Our SIX Attraction Clifton Hill Fun Pass features the new Zombie Attack, Niagara SkyWheel, Dinosaur Adventure Golf or Wizards Golf, Wild West Coaster, Ghost Blasters Dark Ride, and the Movieland Wax Museum.
Price: $29.95+HST for Adults and the price for Children stays the same as it did with our older 5-Attraction Pass at $19.95+HST.
*We do NOT charge the DMF Fee at any of our attractions*
Daily Niagara Falls Fireworks Shows
In previous years, the Summer Niagara Falls fireworks shows were on Friday’s and Sunday’s at 10:00 pm. This year for 2018, from June 18th, 2018 straight through to September 3rd, 2018, the Niagara Falls fireworks go off daily at 10 p.m.
As of December 1st 2016, the Niagara Falls Illuminations are now much brighter with its new $4 million investment into new LED lighting.
WildPlay Niagara Falls Whirlpool Adventure Course
WildPlay Niagara Falls Whirlpool Adventure Course is a fun, challenging, and unique way to experience your choice of three self-paced suspended obstacles that include ziplines, climbing, jumping, and swinging aerial games.
Check-in for WildPlay’s Whirlpool Adventure Course is at Thompson Point, located along the Niagara Parkway (across from The Niagara Parks Commission Whirlpool Golf Course at 3351 Niagara Parkway), or choose the WEGO bus system green line.
Nature Exchange at the Niagara Glen Nature Centre
With support from the Ontario150 funding program, the Niagara Parks has brought new programming, and engaging educational features to the Niagara Glen Nature Centre, which includes its new Nature Exchange program (2017).
In addition to the Nature Exchange, there is an added focus on school and outdoor programming, as well as guided tours of the Niagara Glen. The trailhead site will also offer an accessible washroom, a bike locking station, as well as a bike repair station.