Niagara Falls,ON


Butterfly Conservatory

Located on the grounds of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens, visitors to the Butterfly Conservatory are transported to a tropical paradise full of lush vegetation, trickling waterfalls and thousands of vibrantly coloured butterflies. Over 2,000 butterflies, made up of 45 different species, call this beautiful space home. The self-guided walking tour of the Butterfly Conservatory begins with a short, informative video presentation. Admission : 6-12years $9.75 13+ year $15 Parking : FREE ( For E-bikes) Hours of Operation Saturday-Monday 10:00am-7:00pm Tuesday-Friday 10:00am-5:00pm Time Needed : 1 Hour

Botanical Garden

Since 1936 visitors have been in awe of the 40 hectares (99 acres) of beautifully maintained gardens. Enjoy perennials, rhododendrons, azaleas, formal parterre garden, shade, herb and vegetable plantings, as well as our world-famous rose garden featuring over 2,400 roses. Admission : FREE Parking : FREE ( For E-bikes) Hours of Operation Open daily year-round, dawn until dusk Time Needed : Depends on how much you want to explore

Floral Clock

Travel along the Niagara Parkway towards Niagara-on-the-Lake to visit the famous Floral Clock, located north of the Botanical Gardens. The intricate designs on the face of the Floral Clock are created with up to 16,000 carpet bedding plants and are changed twice each year. The planted face of the Floral Clock is maintained by Niagara Parks horticulture staff, while the mechanism inside is kept in working order by Ontario Hydro. The tower at the back of the clock houses Westminster chimes that greet each quarter hour. Admission : FREE Parking : FREE ( For E-bikes) Hours of Operation Everyday : 6:00am-8:00pm Time Needed : 15-20 Minutes

Street of Fun

It seems that Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls Street of Fun has been around as long as the falls has been flowing ( a bit of an exaggeration).It’s hard to imagine another street anywhere in the world that offers as many attractions, restaurants, shopping and things to do for the entire family either young or old. Definately ride through strret of Fun on the E bikes and grab a Icecream or a coffee. Since there is so much to do on the street , we would suggest to explore all the atrracetion walking. You should be able to park the E-trikes where regular bicycles are parked for FREE.

Niagara Falls History Museum

Housing a vast collection of Niagara Falls history, the Museum provides a showcase for the unique history of the famous city. The recent renovation and expansion was designed by Toronto firm Moryama and Teshima and have three unique galleries telling the most compelling Niagara Falls stories with engaging and hands on exhibitions. The museum is located within steps of the Drummond Hill Cemetery, which is the focal point for the Battle of Lundy’s Lane which was the ‘bloodiest battle of the War of 1812′ and the starting point for any trip to this battlefield will be a visit to the Museum. Gale Family War of 1812 Gallery A gallery dedicated to the history of the War of 1812 and the impact of the War on the citizens of Niagara Falls. From the onset of the War, Niagara Falls was involved in the American invasion into the penisula and was the scene of the Battle of Chippawa and the Battle of Lundy’s Lane. The collections of the Niagara Falls Museums contains many important artefacts related to the War of 1812. Admission : $5 Time to explore : Atleast an Hour

Horse Shoe Falls

Admire the largest of the three waterfalls that make up the world famous Niagara Falls and take a boat ride to the fall. Horseshoe Falls is the largest of Niagara Falls,three waterfalls and a highlight of this internationally famed tourist attraction. It stretches between Table Rock in Ontario and Goat Island in the state of New York. The Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls, is around 188 feet (57 meters) tall, approximately 2,600 feet (790 meters) wide and one of the world highest-volume waterfalls.