Niagara’s two casino venues will welcome guests back staring July 23!
Casino Niagara and Fallsview Casino Resort will officially re-open to the public at 10am.
After a break of more than a year, the excitement picks up where it left off! Visitors will find slot machines to play that range from a penny to $5, and thrilling electronic table games which will take the place of traditional table games. Limited table games will resume at Fallsview Casino Resort beginning July 30.
Safety of both staff and visitors is a top priority, and several protocols have been established to help ensure a safe yet enjoyable experience. Capacity limits will be in place, as will physical distancing measures and enhanced disinfection processes, but the fun plays on!
Guests will be required to have a Momentum card (or PAC card) to enter the gaming floor at either Casino, but if you do not have a card or are a new visitor, you can get one at Guest Services.
If you have a PAC membership and card number, it will automatically transfer over to Momentum.
Casino Niagara offers 40 action-packed gaming tables, more than 1,300 slot machines, multi-sport wagering, and amazing dining, and Fallsview Casino Resort is 200,000 square feet of gaming action with more than 3,000 slot machines, and 130 table games.
Fallsview Casino Resort will be open 24/7, and Casino Niagara will be open from 10:00am-2:00am daily.
The Niagara Parks Power Station has been a quiet pillar in Niagara Falls since 1905, but it is now the talk of the town as Niagara Falls’ newest and much anticipated attraction.
After a long career as one of Ontario’s most important electricity sources, the station was left behind when technology moved forward but recent modifications to the facility will allow it to open to the public. When it opens at this Summer, the station which is home to massive turbines that once powered the province by converting energy from the Horseshoe Falls into electric power, is expected to become one of the most popular attractions in Niagara Falls.
Dormant for the past 15 years, the power station has been re-imagined and will offer two exciting attraction experiences. The daytime experience is a tour of history through science, restored artifacts, exhibits and interpretive installations. The attraction will open to guests on July 30, 2021 for daily guided and self-guided tours through August 15th, and then will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for the remainder of August.
This attraction though will really shine at night, when the experience evolves to include a 3-D multimedia experience dubbed “Currents-Niagara’s Power Transformed”. The night time show features spectacular state-of the-art sound and projection mapping technology for a electrifying light show to the beat of an energized musical score. The show immerses guests in the hydroelectric process by following a droplet of water on its journey through the historic turbines to become electricity. Visitors will have to be patient to experience the evening show as it will launch September 3, 2021.
This summer’s opening is a first step in the new journey for the Niagara Falls attraction. Phase two of development which will be completed in 2022, will allow guests to explore the vast tunnels and rooms deep underground the station that connect the building to the Niagara River and a viewing portal at the base of Niagara Falls.
Fallsview Indoor Waterpark is excited to announce that it will welcome back guests starting Friday July 23, 2021!
To keep everyone safe while still providing an enjoyable experience, the Waterpark has put enhanced health and safety measures into place. This includes a reduced capacity of 50% based on Government and Health Guidelines. In addition to capacity limits, reservations are required for entry into the 3 acre Waterpark. Two timeslots are available: 11:00am-2:00 and 3:30-6:30pm.
Guests will be able to enjoy 16 slides including: Extreme Tube, The Canadian Plunge Bowl and body slides, Niagara Tipping Bucket & Beach house, Tiny Tot Splash Park, Tidal Wave Pool (No waves at this time!).
To help you plan your Waterpark getaway and to learn more about new safety measures, please take a moment to read Fallsview Indoor Waterpark FAQ’s. Guests are reminded that face marks are required in the facility while not swimming.
An iconic new amenity has opened at the Sheraton Fallsview Hotel. The Fallsview Rooftop Pool & Bar is the place to be to celebrate Summer in Niagara Falls. The outdoor venue includes a Fallsview pool, private Cabanas, and a Fallsview Bar.
Niagara’s Only Outdoor Fallsview Pool
The Rooftop Pool is the only outdoor pool in Niagara that features breathtaking views of Niagara Falls. This pool is seasonal and typically is open late June-early September (weather permitting).
Rooftop Pool Cabanas & Fallsview Cabanas
Relax poolside in your own private space. Our Rooftop Pool features 10 private Cabanas; 5 with spectacular views of Niagara Falls. Elevate your experience with a private cabana complete with lounge chairs.
A natural choice for a refreshment during the day when relaxing at the pool, or as a place to meet up with friends. The Fallsview Rooftop Bar is an extraordinary venue with spectacular views of the Falls.
Experience the Fallsview Rooftop Pool & Bar this Summer!
After a brief hiatus, Metrolinx GO Train service to Niagara will resume on June 26, 2021. The popular service makes a weekend getaway from Toronto to Niagara Falls a convenient escape for family travel, a couple’s getaway or solo travel.
Once it begins, the service is expected to continue all year round.
The GO Train will travel between Union Station in Toronto and Niagara Falls terminal 4 times a day on Saturdays, Sundays and Holiday Mondays.
Metrolinx is offering GO & WEGO combo packages that include a round trip GO Train pass and a WEGO bus pass for use during the Niagara Falls visit. WEGO is a state-of-the-art bus system that connects accommodations and attractions across the city, and makes accessing some of the top attractions in Niagara Falls easier. Note: Niagara Region Transit buses will be used to provide the local service for the first several weekends before WEGO officially opens for the season on July 23.
To ensure a safe travel experience, Metrolinx has implemented more than 40 safety protocols. Actions include the wearing of face masks, clear plastic barriers between seats on trains, hand sanitizer dispensers on vehicles and in stations to name a few.
For more information about the schedule, ticket pricing and promotional packages in partnership with Niagara Parks please visit Gotransit.com
Niagara Parks has released a schedule of attraction and venue openings, in accordance with Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen. A phased re-opening, these venues join Niagara Parks Golf Courses which are currently open. Please keep in mind that dates can change without notice.
June 18, 2021
Table Rock Centre (Welcome Centre, Table Rock Market, Table Rock Shop)
Journey Behind the Falls
White Water Walk
Whirlpool Aero Car
Queen Victoria Place Retail
Riverview Patio and Tim Hortons at Queen Victoria Place
Niagara Glen Nature Centre
Table Rock Patio (June 19)
July 1, 2021
Niagara City Cruises by Hornblower
Grand View Marketplace (ice cream, food carts, pop-up retail)
Grand View Welcome Centre (dependent on opening of boat cruise)
Grand View Restaurant (dependent on opening of boat cruise)
Grand View Retail (dependent on opening of boat cruise)
Falls Incline Railway
Murray Hill Welcome Centre
Queen Victoria Place Restaurant (patio)
July 2, 2021
Old Fort Erie (outdoor tours)
Laura Secord Homestead (outdoor garden tours)
July 23, 2021
Table Rock House Restaurant
Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory
TaylorMade Fitting Centre (Indoor)
WEGO Green Line
July 30, 2021
Niagara’s newest attraction; the Niagara Parks Power Station is slated to welcome guests as of July 30! To start, daytime guided and self-guided tours will be available daily through August 15th, and will be open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays till the end of August for the daytime experience. The night experience “Currents: Niagara’s Power Transformed” will open on September 3rd with the plan to operate daily from that date forward.
Planning a Niagara Falls Getaway this Summer? Build an itinerary with attractions and adventure steps from your hotel!
If you are looking for a night out with an energetic atmosphere in Niagara Falls, then Niagara Brewing Company and Niagara Distillery are where to head. These two venues are the best outdoor spaces in town, boasting prime real estate on the patio scene. Located across from each other at Falls Avenue and Clifton Hill, this is the spot to welcome the season with great friends, food, drinks and live entertainment.
BBQ and Spirits are a quintessential pairing, add in two outdoor patios and the result is perfect summer experience. Located steps from the Falls, Niagara Distillery features six signature Spirits, hand-crafted cocktails, frozen summer drinks and award winning Billy Bones BBQ. Niagara Distillery’s ambiance is animated at all times of the day, but at night the Distillery comes alive. The mix of Spirits, cocktails and some of the best live music in Niagara promotes energy and a celebratory mood-special occasion not required.
Niagara Brewing Company
A pint and patio – name a more iconic summer duo! There is no doubt that the two patios at Niagara Brewing Company are among the most popular in the City. Delicious craft beer, and patios with views enhance a visit. Head to the Upper Patio for a view of Niagara Falls or take a seat on the lower patio to view the action on Clifton Hill. This spot inspires sessions with friends fueled by rotating taps of craft brews, and a light menu of items ideal for sharing. Open late, the brewery hosts highly rated Niagara musicians daily, so grab a table on the patio and settle in for the evening – the party is about to begin.
From sunny days to summer nights, Niagara has an outdoor venue where you can meet, catch up and celebrate patio season with friends!
Patio’s open Friday June 11 – We can’t wait to host your visit!
One of Niagara Falls premier hotels is about to unveil the results of a $50 million dollar, multi-year transformation, and the experience begins with the introduction of a new name. The Sheraton Fallsview Hotel will operate with the new name of Sheraton Fallsview Hotel beginning in June 2021.
Renovation projects have touched nearly all corners of the 22-storey, 669 guestroom hotel bringing new experiences for guests. A pillar of the Niagara Falls skyline, and situated in a premier location directly across from Niagara Falls, the hotel has been working on the extensive updates and upgrades over the past 18 months.
All guestrooms and suites – many which offer floor to ceiling windows for uninterrupted views of Niagara Falls, and the Best Fallsviews Guaranteed – have been redesigned with guests in mind. Rooms have been furnished to provide an experience that combines luxury and comfort. Guests will find new headboards, bedding, contemporary furniture, new workspace desks and chairs, upgraded lighting fixtures, refreshed carpet and wall coverings in the new rooms. In addition, bathrooms in the majority of the hotel’s guestrooms have been updated to include modern, spa-inspired, walk-in showers. The new luxury fittings complement existing room amenities that only Sheraton Fallsview offers in Niagara Falls, which include the Juliette Balcony found in nearly all guestrooms, and step-out Balcony in the Fallsview Corner Suites.
Welcoming, elevated and purposeful were keys when redesigning the lobby, top rated amenities and meeting and function space at Sheraton Fallsview. To facilitate movement within the hotel, a new arrival experience introduced an additional bank of elevators, while comfortable seating areas, and built-in tablets where guests can book a reservation at the #1 Italian Restaurant in Niagara Falls; Massimo’s Italian Fallsview Restaurant were also added. Updates extend to amenities as well, including Massimo’s which has been refreshed with a new dinner menu emphasizing seasonal ingredients, and additions to their extensive wine list. Another amenity to welcome updates is Christienne Fallsview Spa. Rated the #1 Spa in Ontario on TripAdvisor, the Spa welcomed upgraded changeroom facilities and new fixtures. The largest hotel conference space in Niagara was not left out of the renovation process, with meeting rooms and pre-function space energized with new decor.
One of the hotel’s most extraordinary new experiences will be unveiled just in time for Summer! Niagara’s only Fallsview Rooftop Pool & Bar will feature the only outdoor pool in Niagara to overlook Niagara Falls, a new fallsview bar, and private cabanas one with an infinity hot tub. The new amenity is expected to set the mark as the place to be for Summer.
“Our project is now complete. Team members have shown a great commitment to the hotel throughout the multi-year process and we look forward to welcoming guests to the new Sheraton Fallsview.” Don Calaguiro, General Manager Sheraton Fallsview
It is certainly fitting that the announcement of a launch date for Maid of the Mist’s new electric boats came on Earth Day 2021.
The iconic attraction, which has shuttled guests to the base of Niagara Falls since 1846 has launched their season with the two new boats. Maid of the Mist docks are only accessible in Niagara Falls New York, but the vessel’s journey is best viewed from Niagara Falls Ontario.
The new boats, named “James V. Glynn” and “Nikola Tesla” are the first two new all-electric, zero-emission passenger vessels in the United States. Maid of the Mist states the new boats provide a smoother, greener, and quieter ride in the waters of the Niagara River. Without the rumble of engine noise, guests will be able to fully embrace the roar of the Falls, while enjoying spectacular close up views of Niagara Falls.
Maid of the Mist collaborated with New York State Parks, New York Power Authority and ABB; a pioneering technology leader to create clean, renewable hydropower to operate the vessels. Each boat has been outfitted with high-capacity battery packs, integrated power and propulsion systems and the docks have been fitted with onshore charging systems for maximum reliability.
Maid of the Mist is one of two boat tour companies that make the journey to the Falls. Maid of the Mist operates in Niagara Falls New York, and Niagara City Tours (formerly Hornblower Niagara Cruises) departs from the Canadian side. Canadian guests will have to wait a bit longer for a tour to the Falls, with boats expected to take to the water once Ontario’s Stay at Home Emergency Order is lifted.