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At the Niagara Adventure Theater you can stand within feet of the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and the Horseshoe Falls and visit world-famous attractions in the Park. Experience Niagara: Legends of Adventure in our state-of-the-art theater.
Saw other reviews here, so I had to add mine-
I thought it was very well done, and was actually quite amazed at how realistic it looked! How did they get the scenes with the girl and boy going over the falls? And the steamboat...More
We went to this showing as part of the Niagara Falls State Park Discovery Pass. We went in here first as a way to kill some time before our Cave of the Winds tour started. It is a informative film and it had nice views...More
Purchased the Discovery Pass and the Adventure Theater was included. If I had not purchased the pass, would have been very unhappy. Without the pass, a ticket is $12 for an adult. The movie only lasted about 30 minutes. I was expecting a documentary about...More
Purchased the Discovery Pass, so the movie was basically free.
Airs every 30 minutes, so plenty of chances to fit this in your schedule. It's right in the visitor's center.
The theater is quite big,much bigger than the line queue area, so don't be discouraged...More
The Adventure Theater is in the state park visitor's center, which is a very crowded place. The movie itself is mostly about people who went over the falls either on purpose or by accident, which is a little creepy. Movie is about 25 minutes.
We bought the Discovery pass which includes this theater as well as several other things to do. It’s worth it if you plan to do most of the activities included. We researched prices before hand and it was worth it for our family to get...More
Been to Niagara falls 3 times and this is the first time that we did the IMAX theater and The Fury. Both were excellent and we also did the room that shows the items people had gone over the falls in, and dates and weather...More