Known as Niagara Falls' Fun Street, this stretch of road running from Victoria Avenue to River Road is home to many of ... More
Known as Niagara Falls' Fun Street, this stretch of road running from Victoria Avenue to River Road is home to many of the city's amusement parks, houses of horror, and fun-style museums. Located a block from Casino Niagara and walking distance to the Falls , the strip, along with a stretch of Victoria Avenue, features such attractions as the Alien Encounter , Guinness World Of Records Museum , and Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Museum .
Clifton Hill looks spectacular, a lot of attractions and entertaining stuff, but all that glamour is to cover it's rotten center. Guiness World Book of Records Museum was worthless it's like reading the book there ain't much to take home in terms of pictures. Then is the Maze, who the hell made this? Just a Maze nothing to see an overall waste of time an d money. Ripley's 4D movie was another waste of time and money they promote that is two movies but I saw one and then we were directed to the exits, the fifteen or so people that were in the theater were shocked as how quickly it ended. Ripley's Museum was the best part of the trip, a lot of picture opportunities, and stuff to see, read and interact with. But I may be biased since I liked Ripley's since I can remember. If your main goal is see the Niagara Falls I would recommend a 3 to 5 days trip.
I liked this area and spent the better part of two whole days there with my children ages 11 to 27. I loved all the bright neon lights at night and the fancy colorful signs of the attractions. I used many coupons they offered. and although I used the ones I printed from the internet, most were available in booklets and brochures anyway. A dollar or two off here & there saves when you add it all up. The restaurants were a bit pricey but with enough variety and in all price ranges to offer "something for everyone". Parking on the average was $20.00 dollars a day, but as we got smarter, could find it for $7.00--$8.00 with maybe only a little longer walk to the car. I found all the employees of the Clifton Hill businesses & establishments to be helpful and courteous with their customers. It was a fun and exciting place to be, alittle crowded at times but overall what you would expect for the summer season. When it rains, there is enough to do indoors to pass the time in that general vicinity too as well.
Hit the Kareoke patio Bar half way up the hill. You,ll have some good fun if you like to drink Beer and laugh at all the people who think they can sing! Around the corner up top of the hill onto Victoria, dont miss the Nightmares Haunted house...I bet money on it you exit via the chicken exit. Its $14 to get in...but its worth it. Niagara Falls is full of life...good fun, good times, but be prepared as with any other tourist spot to spend! Embassy Suites is a nice place to Stay and within walking distance to everything. Maid of the Mist...A MUST DO!!!
This place is so cheeezy it is great. Try one of the cheeezy discos. If you do not take your self seriously have some overpriced drinks and eats and let yourself go. If you want a serious good time drive 90 minutes and go to Toronto. Otherwise shut up and stop complaining
This is the busy strip.You have to stay together if u are with a group.You can lose them in this sea of ppl from all walks of life.Lot's of shops expensive!!Lot's of attrations so enjoy them all.I loved the Sky wheel & Ripley's Believe it or Not!Check them out.
I just visited Clifton Hill and it was alright. I don't recommend going at night if you have a family. It's quite a scary atmosphere. But in the day, it's pretty nice. Considering we went at a busy time, there weren't alot of rude tourists pushing and shoving.
Prepare to spend alot of money. It's in a tourist place, so what do you expect? I suggest you skip the haunted houses and wax museums. Definitly go into Ripley's Believe it or not mueseum! You can spend a good hour and a half in there if you take your time and enjoy it. It's about $10-15 to get in. Skywheel looked pretty fun, too. But, we didn't get a chance to go on it.
There are many free coupon books around Clifton Hill. Pick some up and save a few bucks! Also, if your staying at a nearby hotel, don't walk to clifton hill. Traffic is a mess, and I'm guessing, expensive.
Hope this helps. =]
unless your a wealthy person...you'll have to watch what you spend...just like any other tourist destination...this place was outrageous...all the activities..all the food..everything...pretty nice place though...
Get out your wallet, and keep it out!! OMGosh!! CHEESY!! every attraction is about $10/PP Even the Lego store!!---everywhere else I have ever been (Orlando, Chicago) it is FREE to walk around and see things made from lego bricks, play in some bins of them, purchase sets of them....but its Clifton Hill and you need to PAY to get into a STORE!!!
Avoid the sky wheel!! you pay a lot of money, only realy see the falls at the top, and only go around 4 times. I wish I would have done the Skylon, once you pay, I assume you can stay at the top as long as you please!
keep walking down the hill and sit and watch the beautiful falls! It won't cost you a penny!
Clifton Hill is the center of the party if you are a family with children. Three haunted houses are on the strip and the rest is full of modern day side show acts. (museums,3D and 4D movies, 3+Wax Museums and souvenir shops)
The only Great place we found for some night life was excellent tho. It was a sports bar which also had an adult arcade. This was located next to the faris wheel.
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