Test your Niagara Knowledge with our “Where Am I” Quiz


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Amazing sites can be found in plain sight. The more you visit Niagara Falls, the more you realize there is a lot to learn about it. We’ve compiled a list of ten interesting spots where you can put your Niagara Falls knowledge to the test. To determine how well you know Niagara Falls, try guessing where each spot is located, then check the answers after submitting your quiz to see how you fared!

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Reading Time:  < 1 minuteAh-mazing Job, you are very knowledgeable on Niagara Falls…but there’s always something new to learn online or each trip to this interesting city!

Reading Time:  < 1 minuteIt’s Ok…Niagara Falls has a deep history so be sure to follow us online and visit in-person to learn more about all these interesting places in Niagara Falls.

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#1. In 1943 Sir Winston Churchill visited Niagara Falls and said this roadway is the “prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world.” Where am I?

Oops…you are on a detour.

#2. This building was designed by Algeron S. Bell and completed in 1905 to produce hydroelectricity by leveraging the power of the Niagara River. Where am I?

Oops…your answer got short circuited.

#3. This Niagara Falls ride was designed by Ronald Bussink Professional Rides of Switzerland and manufactured by Chance Rides in Wichita, Kansas. Where am I?

Oops…you wheelie need help.

#4. This is where the "Battle of Niagara Falls" was fought during the War of 1812, and one of the deadliest battles ever fought in Canada. Where am I?

Oops…don’t give up, continue to battle through.

#5. Founded in 1982 with the mandate of developing tourism in Niagara Falls during the winter months by Niagara Falls Tourism, the City of Niagara Falls, The Niagara Parks Commission and numerous local businesses. Where am I?

Oops…your need to keep shining a light on Niagara to find the answer.

#6. At one time, P.T. Barnum wanted to turn this Niagara Falls Island into a circus ground. Where am I?

Oops…looks like you got stranded on an island.

#7. Over 2,800 cubic meters of water moves past this area every second, travelling 65 kilometers per hour. Where am I?

Oops…it’s a wash out!

#8. This waterfall in Niagara was once called Luna Falls, referring to the moonlight reflection of the mist, but it was also known as Iris Falls. Where am I?

Oops…don’t get misty eyed.

#9. This tall building houses a live webcam perched high above the city, that went viral in Russia back in 2013. Where am I?

Oops…no love from Russia.

#10. Officially opened on November 1, 1941, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth dedicated this Niagara Falls bridge with a monument. Where am I?

Oops…you haven’t bridged the gap.

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