The Best 12 Free Things to Do in Niagara Falls (By a Local!)

Planning a trip to Niagara Falls and wondering what there is to do for free?

Luckily for you, there are tons of things to see and do for free in Niagara Falls. You could spend an entire day here without spending a dime!

Three massive waterfalls – Horseshoe (also known as Canadian), American, and Bridal Veil- are collectively known as Niagara Falls, formed by glaciers some 10,000-odd years ago.

During the summer months, almost 100,000 cubic meters of water flow over the edges per second, fueled by rivers and streams that empty into the Great Lakes (making one wonder how exactly are the Great Lakes not empty?!). 90% of the flow tumbles over the Horseshoe Falls and the remainder is diverted to hydroelectricity plants.

Ok – enough of a history lesson!

Did you know that an estimated 30 million people visit each year??? It’s funny that I only live 20 minutes from this natural wonder of the world, yet I hardly ever visited until the past coulpe of years. I made a point to visit free attractions in Niagara Falls, mainly to prove you can visit this amazing wonder of the world without spending a ton of money! Also – I am cheap. πŸ˜‚ I will always find free things to do near me!

Needless to say, there are plenty of free things to see and do in Niagara Falls. Lots of these free attractions also have free parking – even better!

Let’s jump in!

There are endless possibilities of things to see and do on a trip to this tourist hotspot, and if you’re wondering what free things to do in Niagara Falls, this is the list for you!

I’ve listed these in order for a strategic route, since I prefer to drive into Niagara Falls through the back way and avoid a lot of the traffic. As a bonus, many of these have free parking or are centrally located where you can walk to most attractions.

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Free Things to do in Niagara Falls

If you’re wanting to come spend some time at this natural wonder, it shouldn’t break the bank! Here’s my list of the best free things to do in Niagara Falls!

Brock’s Monument National Historic Site

This historical landmark at Queenston Heights is dedicated to Major General Sir Isaac Brock – a Canadian hero of the War of 1812 and is the third oldest war memorial in Canada!

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A Quick Backstory

While Canada and the USA share a peaceful border today, that wasn’t always the case. Control of the Niagara River was an ongoing dispute.

One early morning in October of 1812, American troops crossed the Niagara River and made their way up the Niagara Escarpment to intercept the British supply line. Major General Isaac Brock was at present-day Niagara-on-the-Lake at the time and rushed to Queenston Heights to reclaim the area, but was fatally wounded by gunshot to the chest while leading his troops into battle. Spoiler alert: the British still won.

It isn’t only the monument that draws people here. Queenston Heights also offers sweeping views of the Niagara River and many trails through a large manicured park. There is also a restaurant on-site and other historic points of interest to extend your visit.

This historical landmark measures 56 feet in height and also ranks as the tallest monument of its kind in Canada. You can even climb the tower up 283 steep steps (by a $4.50 donation) for scenic views of Lake Ontario and Niagara Falls!

A great free thing to do in Niagara Falls for anyone wanting to learn more about Canada’s history, and because it’s off-the-beaten-path, it’s often very quiet.

There is so much more to see here at Queenston Heights, and you can easily spend half a day (or more!) touring around the surrounding area by foot.

Centennial Lilac Garden

The Centennial Lilac Garden is seasonal, but if you time it right (mid May to early June depending on weather) it’s a real treat for the senses. Wander through the gorgeous fragrant lilacs of varying colours. These gardens contain over 1200 plants and 200 varieties!

I’ve been known to stuff them up my nose – they’re my favourite flower and they just smell so good. πŸ˜‚

Lots of free parking!

Free things to do in Niagara Falls
No greater scent than a lilac!

Floral Clock

Located right next to the Centennial Lilac Gardens, the Floral Clock is a large, manicured display with 16,000 bedding plants that are changed twice a year. Imagine having that job?!

The Westminster chimes go off each quarter hour, and if the door to the tower is open, you can take a peek inside to view the clock mechanism and view photos showing the history of the clock’s designs over the years, going back to the 1950s!  

The best time to view the Floral Clock is early spring when the new blooms are out. It makes for a short stop, but it’s a great place to enjoy a morning coffee or picnic.

Plenty of free parking!

Related: Experience Journey Behind the Falls: a Unique Thing to do in Niagara Falls!

Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens

The Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens were established almost 100 years ago and sits on 99 groomed acres of horticulture. Each season there is a themed display ranging from perennials, trees and shrubs. You can easily spend many relaxing hours strolling through the grounds with its various paths and manicured gardens to discover. Be sure to visit the herb garden and learn all about the different varieties!

The Botanical Gardens is available all year round. There is an outstanding rose garden with more than 2400 roses and many plant varieties have signs telling you a little bit about what they are. Bring a picnic and enjoy in one of many scenic spots!

There are endless photo opportunities here and is a great way to break from the busy Niagara Falls area. Free access to the grounds and only $5 for parking.

Cham San Buddhist Temple

I’ll be the first to admit that until recently I had no idea what this was! I always saw it from the US side but just discovered that the Cham San Buddhist Temple is a hidden gem in Niagara Falls!

Also known as the Temple of the Ten Thousand Buddhas, this is a free attraction and you are able to see it from the inside, but no photos permitted. Cham San is a functioning temple with worship services conducted by monks during the day (which you can even participate in!).

Completed in 2002, the temple was built to advocate Dharma, the teachings of the Buddha. It’s a peaceful place for those wanting to marvel at the architecture, view the various paintings, explore a new culture, or to grab a few minutes of peace.

What to do for free in Niagara Falls

Why is it called the Temple of the Ten Thousand Buddhas? Inside, there are many (9,999?!) miniature golden Buddhas lining the shelves along the walls of all 7 levels of the temple. Step inside and you’ll see an enormous bronze statue of the Buddha as the focal point.

Free guided tours are available on summer weekends.

Please remember to be respectful of people praying and be sure to leave your shoes outside if you choose to go in. 😊

Free parking inside the temple. Open daily from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

Clifton Hill

Clifton Hill is the major tourist promenade of Niagara Falls – filled with numerous attractions like haunted houses, the Niagara SkyWheel, Movieland Wax Museum, and so much more. Yes – I realize that these are all paid activities, BUT it’s a lot of fun to walk up and down Clifton Hill and people watch and see what activities there are to do.

Many of these activities have a lobby space where you’re able to go in and see some of their offerings for free! I mentioned I was cheap right?πŸ˜‚

Hershey’s Chocolate World

Are you a chocolate fiend like me? If you are, you absolutely cannot come to Niagara Falls without visiting Hershey’s Chocolate World!

First – it smells amazing. As soon as you walk in the smell of chocolate is wafting in the air. There are display cases of fudge and other chocolaty treats to ogle, as well as racks of Hershey chocolates to buy and merchandise like stuffed Hershey Kisses and t-shirts.

While this isn’t a completely free attraction (well, it can be if you resist temptation!), you’ll marvel at all of the chocolate themed items and gifts, including a 10 lb chocolate bar – which I may or may not have purchased a few times in my life!

If you are going to buy something here, I highly recommend the chocolate covered strawberries and the chocolate milkshake. You’ll thank me later.

Free things to do in Niagara Falls
Because who DOESN’T need a 10 lb bar of chocolate?!

Niagara Falls History Museum

Explore Niagara Falls’ rich history in their community gallery (surprise – it’s not all about the Falls itself!). Learn about the people and culture, geology, social life, industry, and the daredevils – including tightrope walkers and barrel riders!

Unknown to many, Lundy’s Lane was the site of a pivotal battle during 1812. The Gale Family War of 1812 Gallery offers opportunities to don gear, and view the various relics and archival records of the war.

The Niagara Falls History Museum also offer a variety of events every Thursday night, ranging from Yoga classes to movie screenings.

Open Tuesdays – Saturdays 10:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Only $5 admission! Thursday evenings after 5 pm is free admission.

Best View of Niagara Falls

Visiting the power and beautiful of Niagara Falls is fortunately free for everyone 365 days a year, whether you’re taking a scenic drive along the Niagara Parkway or clinging to the railing (like I doπŸ˜‚) up close, the experience is always free.

Which side of Niagara Falls has the best views? Most will say the Canadian side, and it’s hard to disagree! I think most can agree that the Horseshoe Falls is the best, mostly because it’s so powerful and you can get right up close to it – just don’t lean too far over the railing! Feel (and hear!) the force of thousands of gallons rush by you and over the edge.

Niagara Falls free things to do

If you’re visiting at night, you’ll be able to see the Falls illuminated by vibrant colours, every singly night of the year!

Visit Niagara Falls in the winter (bundle up!), and if you’re lucky you’ll see parts of the Falls partially frozen – making for some epic photos.

Best free things to do in Niagara Falls
The stunning American Falls captured in the winter by my talented friend, Ashley Kingz!

Did you know Niagara Falls has its very own shipwreck?
See how it got there!

Dufferin Islands

With acres of secluded tranquility, the Dufferin Islands are made up of numerous small islands connected by bridges and walkways. The meandering trails make up a 2.3 km loop through greenery, over wooden bridges and surrounded by wildlife.

Drive through during the summer months and you’ll find many families using the barbeque pits along the water, feeding the wildlife, or admiring the scenery from one of many benches.

This is within walking distance from Niagara Falls if you choose, but there is also plenty of ample free parking available. Frequented by locals, this is quiet place to visit and get in touch with nature.

What is there to do for free in Niagara Falls
Quiet setting at the Dufferin Islands

Festival of Lights

During November – January, the Dufferin Islands are lit up with a spectacle of lights adorning trees, bushes, light posts and numerous two and three-dimensional displays featuring Canadian wildlife and a giant, 30 foot Inukshuk. The Winter Festival of Lights is a definite must-see for visitors during the winter and I’ve enjoyed coming here every year!

This is a free attraction in Niagara Falls, but donations to help maintain the lighting displays are appreciated (suggested $5-$10 per car).

Scenic walks & drives

There is definitely no shortage of amazing walks or drives you can take along Niagara Falls and the Niagara River. Whether you’re walking or biking, there are more than 300 km of trails to explore across the region!

Niagara River Recreation Trail

With 56 km of trails specifically dedicated to walking and biking, the Niagara River Recreation Trail extends from Fort Erie, through the Falls and ends at Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake. With endless spots to stop at, choose to ride the trail from beginning to end (roughly 2 hours by bike per each of the four sections), or stop and visit some of the many stores and restaurants along the way.

Niagara Glen Nature Centre

If you’re a hiker and looking to get close to nature, visiting the Niagara Glen is for you. Numerous meandering paths through the forest offer groomed trails mixed with rugged terrain along the banks of the Niagara River. You can even go bouldering if that’s your thing for an annual $35 permit!

Download your trail map from Niagara Parks here!

Niagara Gorge Trails

Walk Along the Falls

Park near Clifton Hill and make your way to the Horseshoe Falls for a breezy walk (with the occasional misting!) for spectacular views – and if you’re lucky – you may even catch a rainbow!

Free things in Niagara Falls

Niagara River Parkway

If you choose to drive instead, you won’t be missing out. There are numerous parking lots to stop at to get a glimpse of the Niagara River or to get out and stretch your legs.

The Niagara River Parkway extends 55 km and once you leave the hustle and bustle of the tourist section, you’ll transport yourself to quiet streets with cute B&Bs and scenic views.


There’s no better way to end your visit to Niagara Falls than viewing some incredible fireworks. They’re set off from the Niagara Gorge – between the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls and are put on by the  

You’ll get the best view of the Niagara Falls fireworks from Queen Victoria Park, right in the main grassy area next to Clifton Hill.

Normally these are nightly shows starting at 9 pm with select dates in the spring, fall, and during the Winter Festival of Lights, so be sure to check back soon for updates!

Where to park in Niagara Falls for cheap

The best thing about Niagara Falls is that it is a free attraction all on it’s own and you don’t need any money to experience the attractions listed here – just be sure to allocate some funds for parking!

There is lots of free parking in Niagara Falls based on this list, and here is a list of the city lots available for those attractions closest to the main hubbub. When we go, we usually park at individual lots a couple blocks away from Clifton Hill for a $4-$5 flat rate. Often times they are located in just as good of a location as the higher priced lots!

If you are looking for other fun things to do in the area, Niagara-on-the-Lake is a short 20 minute drive from the Falls. Known for it’s wineries, this Victorian-era town is so charming. There’s lots of free things to do in Niagara-on-the-Lake, too!

I’d love to hear your thoughts on this list. Have you done any of these? What is your favourite thing to do in Niagara Falls? Let me know! πŸ™‚

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  1. June 17, 2020 / 1:44 pm

    My absolute favorite thing to do is the Journey Behind the Falls, especially in the winter. It is so beautiful! I also had no idea about Dufferin Islands! All the times I have been here and I can’t believe that I didn’t know about this!

    • Sarah
      June 17, 2020 / 2:08 pm

      Thank you!!! I LOVE Journey Behind the Falls too – I have done it as a kid but will have to go back and do some more activities as they open! The Dufferin Islands is such a nice place to visit for a quiet escape πŸ™‚

  2. June 17, 2020 / 2:11 pm

    Thanks for sharing the local guide – only locals ever know where the FREE parking is! Biggest tip any tourist can get especially when navigating a new city. And love love love (and super appreciate) the tip on the best view of Niagra Falls. I’m super keen to get there in the next year or so and will absolutely be using your Guide!

    • Sarah
      June 17, 2020 / 3:01 pm

      Thanks so much Jamie! I resent paying a lot for parking so I’ll always try to suss out the best spots! Glad you find these tips useful! I do hope you come and enjoy! πŸ™‚

      • June 21, 2020 / 9:52 am

        Free parking is always a perk to visiting “smaller” cities, I’ve found. Thanks again for the really helpful tips, I hope to make use of them πŸ™‚

        • Sarah
          June 21, 2020 / 10:38 am

          Thanks so much! Parking is usually what deters me from most of the popular attractions – so I’m always on the hunt for cheaper options!!

  3. June 17, 2020 / 2:17 pm

    Ahh this place has been on my bucketlist! I want to go here so bad!

    • Sarah
      June 17, 2020 / 2:55 pm

      There’s so much to do – it’s a ton of fun!

  4. June 17, 2020 / 5:20 pm

    As someone who really loves to experience the beauty of nature, I have seen and read a number of articles on Niagara Falls. This post is the best I have seen in that you have also focussed at other areas all around the Falls, which have likewise included places of natural beauty such as the Dufferin Islands, gardens, parks and Nature Centre – something that I haven’t come across before. This provides great planning information and makes me more excited for my future visit. Thanks for taking this approach rather than focussing only on the Falls themselves. Goes to show that local knowledge just can’t be beaten.

    • Sarah
      June 17, 2020 / 6:07 pm

      Thank you so much! I really appreciate your comments. A lot of people are unaware of how many scenic places there are around the Falls other then the Falls itself! I do hope you’re able to visit soon πŸ™‚ !

  5. June 17, 2020 / 11:32 pm

    I never knew there are so many things to do around the Niagara Falls. I went there often with my relatives but we just walked along the walkway, took few pictures and went back home. πŸ™

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:36 am

      I used to ALWAYS do that too! And that’s ok, since the Falls itself is the main attraction! Now you know for next time, especially if you want to make a day of it πŸ™‚ !

  6. June 17, 2020 / 11:53 pm

    Niagara Falls is on my list even though I’ve lived in Canada my whole life, I’ve never been! Coming from BC I’ve spent more time exploring internationally than I have within Canada so its my goal to see more of our beautiful country over the next year! πŸ™‚

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:37 am

      I feel the same way! Being in Ontario I’ve barely scratched the surface of Canada – just visiting Nova Scotia twice. We’ll have to get in touch when we make our way to BC πŸ™‚ !

  7. June 18, 2020 / 12:04 am

    Niagara Falls is one of my favorite places to visit. I have been there many times, both the American and Canadian Falls. I have to agree with you and many others-the Canadian side is much better. I love the winter photo-I have yet to visit in the winter, but imagine seeing it in real life would be amazing! I have heard of Dufferin Island, but have not had the chance to visit. It is definitely on my list for my next visit. I’ve driven past the temple of the ten thousand Buddhas, but never stopped to see it. I will have to add it to the list as well. The best part is that they are all free! I hope to get back there when things calm down.

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:39 am

      Thank you! Winter is AMAZING but you’ll definitely need some warm clothing, especially standing right beside the falls! I do hope you’re able to come back for a visit! πŸ™‚

  8. June 18, 2020 / 12:54 am

    I went to Niagara Falls a few years ago but I missed all of this! What a shame. Next time I am smarter!

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:42 am

      You’ll just have to come back!!! πŸ™‚

  9. June 18, 2020 / 2:16 am

    It’s great that there are so many possibilities to do it for free. Such an informative article! I would love to visit the Niagara Falls History Museum. The Festival of light sounds excellent too. My dream is to capture Niagara Falls in the winter.

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:42 am

      Winter time is magical – especially when it’s illuminated! It really makes for some incredible photos. Thanks so much!!

  10. June 18, 2020 / 7:46 am

    Thank you very much for this informative and interesting post. I’ve been to Niagra Falls once, but it was a very quick stop and I didn’t get to see much. I will definitely save this post because I would love to see some of these cool sites that you recommend. There is nothing like having a local show you the best places to go in a location!

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:45 am

      Thank you so much! I’m so happy you found this useful – I was so excited to post this and share with everyone because many people (locals included even!) are unaware of what there is to do in the Falls (and for free!). I hope you’re able to come back! πŸ™‚

  11. June 18, 2020 / 8:00 am

    I haven’t been to Niagara Falls in so long! This blog post makes me want to go and check it out again. There so much to see and do, the gardens caught my attention. Im def doing a road trip this summer here now!

    • Sarah
      June 18, 2020 / 8:47 am

      Thank you! You should! The best part about all of these is you don’t even need to interact with anyone hahaha!!! The gardens are lovely πŸ™‚ !!

  12. Rachel Day
    June 18, 2020 / 6:08 pm

    Love to have a locals prospective on a such a popular tourist attraction.

    The fireworks sound great.

    I want to go!!

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 9:56 am

      Thank you! You should come if you can! πŸ™‚

  13. June 19, 2020 / 1:01 am

    I loved Niagra falls when I visited, I wish I had this guide before though, I had no idea there were this many free things to do here. Thanks for a great post.

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 9:59 am

      Thank you! It’s surprising how many things there are to do around the Falls. Thanks for your comments!

  14. June 19, 2020 / 9:03 am

    This is such a comprehensive guide! I’ll be saving this for later when I get the opportunity to visit this beautiful sight.

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 10:01 am

      Thank you so much! I hope you’re able to come back for a visit!

  15. June 19, 2020 / 4:58 pm

    This is such a great list! And so many ideas that you can still do even with COVID restrictions. I am saving this to my future travel planning list. Thanks! : )

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 8:18 pm

      Thanks so much! Yes – I love that all of these can be done with safe social distancing! Thanks πŸ™‚ !

  16. June 19, 2020 / 6:59 pm

    I’d love to go back to Niagara for the lilac garden and the floral clock! I visited in February, so it wasn’t exactly the best time for plants.

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 8:19 pm

      I think the lilac garden is the best hidden gem in Niagara Falls – it isn’t often visited and the smell is just incredible. The Floral Clock is really meant to be seen (in my opinion) in the Spring – we were just there a few days before I published this post and it wasn’t maintained at all during the pandemic (understandably), so is kind of just ho-hum haha!

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 8:48 pm


  17. Suvarna Arora
    June 19, 2020 / 7:48 pm

    It is always good to have a local’s perspective on places as famous as this. I didn’t know there is so much to see.

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 8:48 pm

      Thank you! I actually surprised myself with discovering some new things and I’ve lived here my whole life!!

  18. June 19, 2020 / 8:43 pm

    Wow! Thank you for sharing such a super detailed and comprehensive guide! I never actually realised that there was more to do in the area than *just* the waterfall. It’s fascinating to learn all of the history behind the region. I haven’t been to Canada yet but I was supposed to be in Toronto this Fall (I guess we’ll see what happens with travel restrictions?). I’ve visited NYC twice but never had chance to get to Niagara. Bookmarking this for when I finally do!

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 9:08 pm

      Thank you so much for your comments!! I surprised myself by finding a ton of stuff I have never even done either! You would love Ontario – and we’re really friendly here haha! πŸ™‚ I hope you’re able to come!!!

  19. June 19, 2020 / 9:04 pm

    I’ve never been to Niagara, but I would love to go! I always wondered what else there was to do around there. I would especially love the Hershey Factory and all the flowers and gardens.

    • Sarah
      June 19, 2020 / 9:09 pm

      Yessss the Hershey Store is AMAZING! The flowers are pretty incredible too if you time it right!!!

  20. June 20, 2020 / 4:12 am

    Really useful post! I’ve seen the falls a couple of times and was blown away (literally and metaphorically). It is incredible how close you can get to the water from the Canadian side. I would love to see them lit up at night or covered in snow though!

    • Sarah
      June 20, 2020 / 7:27 am

      Winter time is magical, just a tad freezing πŸ˜‰ ! It is quite something you can get RIGHT to the edge. I have to cling to the railing haha!

  21. June 20, 2020 / 8:37 am

    I had no idea there were free things to do in Niagara (let alone this many!) Saving for my next trip to TO! Thanks for sharing!

    • Sarah
      June 20, 2020 / 9:01 am

      Thanks so much! There’s a ton of stuff I’ve only recently discovered too, and I’ve lived here my entire life haha!

  22. Digitaldaybook
    June 20, 2020 / 10:53 am

    Glad to have stumbled on this post! This has been on my bucket list and ever since I moved to the tristate area I have more incentive to visit. Pinning this for later so I can reference it when we finally go!

    • Sarah
      June 20, 2020 / 11:18 am

      Thanks so much! I’m so happy you found this useful – and you’re definitely not too far to come πŸ™‚

  23. June 20, 2020 / 11:46 am

    Thank you for this post :). I love waterfalls. My boyfriend lived several years in Canada but I have never had the chance to visit it yet! This fall can compete with the Icelandic ones without hesitation. Your photo from horseshoe fall is impressive :).

    • Sarah
      June 21, 2020 / 8:54 am

      Thank you so much! I’d love to get to Iceland one day too – it’s definitely on my list! Hopefully you can come visit here one day!

  24. June 20, 2020 / 7:06 pm

    I haven’t been to Niagara Falls since I was a kid but your shots make me remember why I always loved visiting.

    • Sarah
      June 21, 2020 / 9:06 am

      Sometimes I wonder why I go so long without visiting! It’s awe-inspiring!

  25. June 20, 2020 / 11:41 pm

    I love history and I love free! this is definitely something we want to do with our kids! Thanks for writing.

    • Sarah
      June 21, 2020 / 9:10 am

      Thanks for reading! I think it’s important to teach children some history πŸ™‚ Many people (including myself) still have a lot to learn about our local area!

  26. June 21, 2020 / 12:38 pm

    Wow, I had no idea there were so many free things to do in Niagara Falls! I’ve been fortunate enough to visit once before but didn’t spend a lot of time on the Canadian side as we were visiting from the US for a day before we continued on our journey to NYC and it didn’t leave us much time for exploring. The Lilac Garden looks beautiful! As does the Buddhist Temple, which would be fascinating to visit! I’m also eyeing up Hershey’s Chocolate World because….chocolate πŸ˜‰ Thanks for the fantastic guide! I’m hoping to make a return visit at some point so I’ll keep it handy!

    • Sarah
      June 22, 2020 / 9:01 am

      Haha! Thank you! I love the US side as well, but there is way more to do on our side! Please come back for a visit. You NEED to visit the Hershey Store πŸ˜‚

    • Sarah
      June 22, 2020 / 9:03 am

      Thank you! You’ll just have to come back! πŸ™‚

  27. June 22, 2020 / 6:49 am

    Niagara falls look so magical! I wish I can visit someday! I like this round up of 12 free things to do there! Will definitely come in handy in the future for me. πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing it!

    • Sarah
      June 22, 2020 / 9:05 am

      Thanks so much Hazel! I hope you are able to visit! πŸ™‚

  28. June 22, 2020 / 9:48 am

    This is so helpful for my 2021 visit to Niagara Falls! Thanks for sharing!

    • Sarah
      June 22, 2020 / 1:26 pm

      Yay!! I’m glad you have plans to come!!

  29. June 22, 2020 / 12:58 pm

    This is really helpful! I love Niagara Falls and hope to head back soon. The history bit was really interesting too as I didn’t know about it!

    • Sarah
      June 22, 2020 / 1:27 pm

      Thank you! I was also interested to learn a lot about the history – there is still stuff I don’t know about πŸ™‚

  30. July 17, 2020 / 6:24 pm

    So much more than a waterfall! I’ll definitely check out a few of these when I return. Great info and live the pictures.

    • Sarah
      July 18, 2020 / 7:42 am

      Thanks Katy!!

  31. July 17, 2020 / 6:30 pm

    I didn’t know there are so many things to do in the Niagara falls area besides the falls!
    I love gardens so the floral clock, botanical gardens and the lilac gardens sound amazing!

    • Sarah
      July 18, 2020 / 7:43 am

      I’ll admit I didn’t either until recently – one good thing of being forced to stay home haha. Thank you!

  32. July 17, 2020 / 6:38 pm

    Niagara Falls is such a great trip. My family are in Toronto so have been a few times now and always such a fun day. It’s always busy and not always cheap though so this is the perfect guide for some ways to enjoy it on a budget

    • Sarah
      July 18, 2020 / 7:43 am

      Yes!! And a lot of these free things are activities people don’t even know about which is even better!

  33. July 17, 2020 / 8:51 pm

    I’ve never been to Niagra Falls but it’s definitely a Bucket List item!! This is a great post and will be great to come back to when I do get there! Thanks so much!

    • Sarah
      July 18, 2020 / 7:44 am

      Thank you Kelsey! You will love Niagara Falls – photos ops galore!!

  34. July 17, 2020 / 9:47 pm

    Niagara Falls is on my bucket list. I will have to get there faster now knowing there is a Hershey Chocolate World.

    • Sarah
      July 18, 2020 / 7:47 am

      Omg yes! haha! It’s the best place and right at the bottom of Clifton Hill so it’s easy to get to!

  35. July 18, 2020 / 5:33 am

    Amazing post. The Niagara Falls has been on my bucket list for a very long time. Thank you for sharing other information around the falls as well and certainly love the best view spots. Extremely helpful post, will certainly come back to it when I am planning my trip to Niagara Falls!

    • Sarah
      July 18, 2020 / 7:58 am

      Thank you so much Polly! I’m glad you found it useful! Everyone should make a trip to Niagara Falls – it’s awe-inspring!

  36. July 22, 2020 / 7:02 am

    This is just great for us Sarah. We were planning a visit to Niagra this year but then you know. Still, when we do get there we’ll be using this as a guide. Thank you so much and Hershey’s World!!!!!

    • Sarah
      July 22, 2020 / 7:21 am

      Thank you so much Ross!! Sorry about your trip – hoping you can make it when things get sorted!!

  37. October 24, 2021 / 8:31 am

    Awesome post Sarah, had no idea about a lot of these places. Thank you.

  38. Priya
    August 16, 2022 / 10:08 am

    I have never visited Canada, but have heard and read so many interesting things. And Niagara Falls definitely sounds like a wonderful place to explore. Thanks for taking me on a virtual journey

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