While you might think Niagara Falls is just one gigantic waterfall, the city is actually made up of several different districts!
For an idea of some places to visit on your next trip to Niagara Falls, take a look below at the hottest tourist spots to check out.
Lundy’s Lane – Located a short drive or walk from the main Clifton Hill and Fallsview Boulevard districts, Lundy’s Lane has shopping, restaurants and off-beat attractions. The Canada One Outlets contain favourites like Coach, Nike, Lululemon Athletica, Levi’s and tons more. Visitors to Lundy’s Lane will also find restaurants like Syndicate and Johnny Rocco’s, and fun attractions like Cataract Bowling, Oh Canada Eh? Dinner Show, Jungle Putt Miniature Golf and lots more.
Clifton Hill District – With the Falls Avenue Resort at the base of Clifton Hill, there’s a reason why this is one of the most popular places in the city. You’ll find kid friendly attractions like the Fallsview Indoor Waterpark, Adventure City, the 4D Moving Theatre, Niagara Sky Wheel and hundreds more on Clifton Hill. It’s also home to restaurants, bars, nightclubs and Casino Niagara. Any visit to Niagara Falls must include a stop at Clifton Hill.
Fallsview Boulevard – Known for the Fallsview Casino, Fallsview Boulevard contains restaurants, the Scotiabank Convention Centre and is the gateway to the southern end of the Niagara Parkway. You can catch a show at the Fallsview Casino’s Avalon Ballroom, attend one of the many events at the Convention Centre or try out the many restaurants that line the streets of the Boulevard.
Niagara Parkway – People often come to Niagara Falls for Clifton Hill and what’s found running along the Niagara Parkway – the three waterfalls that the city is famous for. As one of the most beautiful drives in the world, the Niagara Parkway takes you along the Niagara River, past the roaring Horseshoe Falls and along the incredible Niagara Gorge up to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Head down to the bottom of Clifton Hill to get on the Niagara Parkway and begin your journey along the parkway that Winston Churchill remarked was the “prettiest Sunday afternoon drive in the world.”