Your family can spend all day and night playing at the indoor waterpark but don’t let the fun stop there! The Niagara Region has tons of unique animal exhibits and zoos for your family to enjoy on your next trip to the Falls.
This 15-acre municipal park features lots of animals and birds to get up close and personal with. It also contains one of Canada’s most exotic collections of rhododendrons, a petting farm full of chickens, pigs, horses, rabbits, sheep, goats, llamas and donkeys. The ducks, geese and birds call the nearby pond their home providing a perfect setting for food and shelter. With opportunities to feed and visit the animals, grab your family for a picnic outside, surrounded by the beautiful setting found at Happy Rolph’s.
One of Niagara Fall’s most visited attractions, the Butterfly Conservatory allows you to touch and personally experience one of the most unique insects in the world. Inside you can find rainforest scenery, full of waterfalls, ponds, greenery and of course thousands of butterflies flying through the air. During your visit you can also get informed and educated on a self-guided tour with interesting information and video presentations about butterflies and the unique habitat.
For those looking for a one-stop attraction, Safari Niagara has hundreds of unique animals coupled with educational programming to make it an unforgettable experience. Featuring more than 750 animals including exotic mammals, reptiles and birds, this 150-acre nature park will keep your family busy for a good portion of the day. The park has free educational guided walking tours, interactive features, a petting farm and fishing.
Make the most of your next visit to Niagara by visiting one of these unique animal attractions found in the region. With tons of learning opportunities and exciting memories to be made, these attractions will not disappoint.