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Amusement, entertainment and restaurant neighborhood located in view of Niagara Falls.
4960 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2G 3N4, Canada
+1 905-358-3676
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Reviewed today via mobile

It's a fun place to visit with family, friends or even if you are on a date. There are lots of things to do. Museums and haunted houses... I heard they are building more stuff so it will be interesting to see what else they...More

Thank Gurl_In_Red
Reviewed today

Our kids are all grown up but we had a good time in Clifton Hill. Our first day we went durning the day and the next day we went at night. This place was crazy at night with all of the lights and sounds.

Thank EspoRJ
Reviewed today via mobile

It's fun, but please plan ahead if you can. There are coupon books everywhere, when you get to Clifton hills, so take advantage of them. The attractions we enjoyed the most were the Ripley's museum and the huge arcade just south of there. The kids...More

Thank Camii2011
Reviewed yesterday

Clifton Hill is just like a lot of other resort areas, with lots of tourist traps and whatnot. There's nothing wrong with it, just expect to be bombarded with the usual state fair type of entertainment and food.

Thank thegoodguyz
Reviewed yesterday

Clifton Hill is the place, day or night, at Niagara Falls. It offers throngs of shops, restaurants, bars and attractions. Select a hotel at Clifton Hill and you can walk everywhere.

Thank German F
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This area has so much to do. Lots of restaurants and many activities for all interest types. Parks, haunted houses, go carts all kinds of stuff. A must see when in Niagara.

Thank PureBSgoes
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

YUCK!!! Busy, crowded, loud... not what I ever would have imagined. When I think Niagara Falls, I think amazing beautiful peaceful.. not VEGAS. One money pit after another. And in August the streets were so crowded you literally couldn’t walk on the sidewalk. The wait...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

This street reminded me of Wildwood NJ boardwalk.... alot of fun stuff to do, stores to shop in, places to eat, the BIG Ferris wheel, racing car track.... and the street is a big hill. wonderful experience!

Thank Debbie M
Reviewed 2 days ago

There's a good number of neat spots around here but nothing that will knock your socks off. While time is better spent at other spots nearby, you can certainly check out the skywheel and some shops along the way. Get some pictures of the neat...More

Thank DireRaven
Reviewed 3 days ago

Clifton Hill is an Overly Commercialized Tourist Trap found up the hill near the Horseshoe Falls. The area is highly concentrated with cheap (quality, not price) souvenir stores, large crowds, and overpriced attractions such as Ripley's Believe it or not, Toussaud's wax museums, and horror...More

Thank John L
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Linda P
9 August 2018|
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Response from NiagaraFallsFun | Property representative |
If you are referring to the Clifton Hill Fun Pass, if you are purchasing the cards online, the credit card holder must be the same person that picks them up on the initial claiming of the passes. After that, once you get... More
31 July 2018|
Response from NiagaraFallsFun | Property representative |
Our attractions on the south side of Clifton Hill (where the Niagara SkyWheel is located) is 2 and under free (except for the Niagara Speedway in which there are height requirements and everyone must pay). 3-12 are the child... More
Barb B
21 June 2018|
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Response from travlynme | Reviewed this property |
Hi there used to be a place on Clifton Hill, but I know there are great photo ops including the barrel at souvenir city.