Niagara Parks
03/23/2017 at 14:48. Facebook
"Jack" the Canadian Raptor Conservancy's Great Horned Owl is one very chatty bird! See up him close this weekend at the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory!

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Niagara Parks
03/20/2017 at 23:26. Facebook
Magical time-lapse shows 3 hours in under a minute. Niagara Falls is transformed into an incredible, multi-coloured water and light masterpiece every evening of the year beginning at dusk. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Niagara Parks
03/20/2017 at 17:07. Facebook
Peer over the edge at the brink of the Horseshoe Falls in this amazing drone footage!

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03/17/2017 at 14:03. Facebook
Niagara Parks
03/17/2017 at 14:02. Facebook
Join us tonight for St. Patrick's Day in Queen Victoria Park as we light Niagara Falls green in partnership with Tourism Ireland's #GlobalGreening campaign!
Meet "Joe" the Barn Owl and hear from Shauna Cowan of the Canadian Raptor Conservancy as she provides some fun facts about his species!

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Winter is back at Niagara Parks!

While we remain open, please remember to be safe and take your time traveling!

Photo by Instagrammer @tylekki
The first tunnels behind Niagara Falls were built in 1889. At that time, visitors were escorted through the passages to an observation portal by lantern-carrying guides.

Photo via Instagram: @photoiste
A dynamic lineup of special events and activities awaits guests planning a visit to Niagara this March Break!

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The birds take to the air this weekend at the Butterfly Conservatory as the Canadian Raptor Conservancy hosts free live outdoor raptor demonstrations!

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Happy #InternationalWomensDay to everyone!

During the war of 1812, the heroic actions of Laura Secord led to a British victory at the Battle of Beaverdams and in 1910 a monument was erected in her name at Queenston Heights Park. It was the first monument dedicated to a woman by the Government of Canada. #iwd2017

Photo: Jennifer Hulley - Artfully Styled Photography
Did you know that we house approximately 13,000 dried plant specimens in a herbarium at the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens? Some of the specimens date back to 1894 and were collected by Roderick Cameron, the first Chief Gardener for the Niagara Parks Commission.

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In recognition of Canada's sesquicentennial, the historic Toronto Power Building located just south of the Falls is illuminated each night in red and white during 2017!

Photos via Twitter: @NiagaraInfo
Escape from the cold and explore the gorgeous blooms of our Spring Show, on now at the Floral Showhouse!

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Unfortunately the mild temperatures this winter have severely impacted tobogganing tourism...

Pictured here the American corner of the Horseshoe Falls in 1885, captured by photographer Herman F. Nielson.
Fix your gaze on these mystical birds of prey & learn about the fascinating behaviour, biology and lifestyle of owls during this special exhibition!

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"I saw two great white clouds rising up slowly and magestically from the depths of the Earth ... It was not until I came upon Table Rock and looked - Great Heaven, on what a fall of bright-green water! - that it came upon me in its full might and majesty." - Charles Dickens, on visiting Niagara Falls in 1842.

Photo via Instagram: @willietalent
Watch from this unique perspective as dozens of young butterflies leave their enclosure and soar into the Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory for the first time!
Chris Rock stopped by Table Rock Centre prior to his show last night in Niagara Falls!