Niagara Falls Gardens Park

Where's all the people?

We arrived on the Canadian side of the Falls about 10 AM, and there wasn't hardly anyone there.

We got some great scenic photos.

Botanical Gardens

The whole area seemed like one big botanical garden. The Canadian people go out of there way to make your trip memorable.

Niagara Park GardensThe tulips and flowers were blooming everywhere. The gardens were so beautiful to walk through.

Crowded by Noon

As it got towards noon, people were arriving by the busloads. We sat on a bench and just watched the Falls in awe. You can see in the top picture the tall tower that is so popular. I believe there is a restaurant at the top.

Downtown Niagara

You can also take a walk through downtown Niagara, it's only a block away, and eat in a small cafe, or shop for souvenirs in their little stores. They have little museums too, like a wax museum, and other little tourist traps, but it is lots of fun.

Other Garden Attractions

Queen Victoria Park: Since 1885 the Niagara Parks Commission has been maintaining Niagara Parks. One example of beautification of the world-class Recreational Trail stretching from Niagara-On-The-Lake to historic Fort Erie. A smoothly paved path, the 56 kilometre trail (35 mile) is enjoyed year-round by wheelchair users, cyclists, joggers, walkers and rollerbladers. The Niagara Parks Commission blends environmental issues with the business of running a tourism destination. For more information call 905-356-2241

Niagara Parks Commission: Recently opened, it unveiled its world-class attraction; a Butterfly Conservatory, which houses exotic plants and over 2,000 gorgeous free-flying butterflies from around the globe. For more information call 905-356-2241

Niagara's Floral Clock: Another free horticultural attraction just 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles) north of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens. It's designed, planted and maintained by the Niagara Parks Commission. The "floral face" of the clock is changed twice a season. It is one of the world's largest floral clocks at 12 metres (40 feet) in diameter and formed by 15,000 plants. It was built in 1950 inspired by the original floral clock in Edinburgh, Scotland. For more information call 905-356-2241

The Blossom Festival - Quality juried artisans from across Ontario display hand-made, one-of-a-kind gifts, children`s activities, heritage demonstrations in a beautiful outdoor setting at Ball`s Falls Heritage Conservation Area, 6th Avenue Jordan. Lincoln Garden City display & sale-great buys for spring planting.

Next see Niagara Falls at Night

This information is gathered from our own personal trips to Canada.
Therefore, information on the pages may change as far as restaurants, hotels, things to do, etc.

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