The vintage-style Niagara Trolley can be taken to and from most of the destinations on the U.S. side of the falls. Parking in all the park lots are a flat rate of $10 per day. The easiest thing is just to park once and then...

The Niagara Aquarium’s goal is to teach about aquatic ecosystems through interesting exhibits and displays. It is not a very large aquarium, but each display serves a purpose. When we arrived we were welcomed with an outdoor demonstration and explanation of Harbor Seals, which...

High Park is a large park with a lot to do. There are many fields and pathways along with the beautiful Grandier Pond. The tennis courts and baseball and soccer fields are there for those who enjoy those sports. There are gardens that are landscaped...

I had such amazing memories of Marineland from when I visited as a kid. I couldn’t wait to take my own kids there. What I love about Marineland is the combination of the Fun Filled Show, featuring dolphins, sea lions, beluga whales and the many...

Earl Bales Park is a 127 acre park right on Bathurst Street in Toronto. The park has fields and fields of green grass as well as many picnic tables and fire pits. The park also has a fun playground and splash pad for the little...

The Floral Clock is definitely worth a stop to take some photos of this amazing creation. Located on the Niagara Parkway, 6 miles from the Falls, in the direction of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The Clock is situated in the same area as the Botanical Gardens. The Clock...

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