Niagara Falls, ON – Niagara Parks sites and attractions are ready to welcome all visitors for exciting and educational adventures this March Break. Whether it’s a day trip, week-long getaway or staycation, Niagara Parks has something for everyone, including:
Whether visiting from near or far, the Niagara Falls Wonder Pass Plus bundles the best of Niagara Parks’ year-round attractions. Explore Journey Behind the Falls and experience icy winter views from the upper observation deck at the foot of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls; warm up in the tropical and serene setting within the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory, and take in Niagara’s newest must-see attraction, the Niagara Parks Power Station, including the all-new Tunnel, with never-before-seen views of the Falls.
Packages also offer convenient WEGO bus transportation and exclusive benefits at Niagara Parks restaurants, gift shops and other exciting area attractions. For more information or to purchase a discounted package online, please visit niagaraparks.com/deals.
The winding paths of the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory offer countless possibilities for kids to learn and explore. ‘Soil Superheroes’ is an eye-opening interactive exhibit that explores the secrets of soil science and conservation, created by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum. To learn more about this family-friendly educational exhibit, included with admission into the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory, please visit niagaraparks.com/soilsuperheroes.
Niagara’s new must-see attraction, the Niagara Parks Power Station, is ready to spark inspiration and wonder in its youngest visitors. Back by popular demand, the ‘Little Inventors’ children’s workshops will return the weekends of March 11 – 12 and March 18 – 19, from 1 – 3 p.m. for children ages 6 – 12 to explore. The workshop is included with child admission into the Niagara Parks Power Station.
Children will enjoy activities designed to inspire young minds to explore their curiosity and creativity through science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. For more information, please visit niagaraparks.com/power.
Calling all students! Take some time during March Break to secure a summer job at Niagara Parks’ next job fair on Saturday, March 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Legends on the Niagara Clubhouse (entrance off Willoughby Road). Niagara Parks is planning for a fantastic tourism season in 2023 and is recruiting for a number of positions across various departments. Visit niagaraparks.com/jobfairto register.
Open daily during March Break, Wildplay’s Zipline to the Falls provides riders a perspective of Niagara Falls that is unmatched, as they descend 670 metres into the heart of the Niagara Gorge on a thrilling one-of-a-kind adventure. Additional information is available at niagaraparks.com/zipline.
Niagara Falls will join hundreds of other iconic sites across the world and turn green in honour of Ireland and St. Patrick. For 15 minutes at the top of each hour on Friday, March 17, Niagara Falls will be illuminated in brilliant emerald light in celebration. That evening, Table Rock House Restaurant will also be featuring a special Irish themed entrée to celebrate the holiday.
For visitors from the GTA, the GO Niagara Train Service continues to operate on weekends, to provide seamless access to all that Niagara has to offer. Families travelling with the GO Train – WEGO service can save with family/group rates, valid for groups up to five: two adults (18 or over) and three children or one adult and four children.
With the GO Niagara Train Service package, a child ticket is even more affordable! For just $8, the GO Niagara package allows children 3 to 12 years old to travel roundtrip to Niagara Falls from Union Station, including 2-day WEGO bus access which connects to Niagara Parks and throughout the City of Niagara Falls. Please visit niagaraparks.com/go for packages and online bookings.