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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.
The film was interesting and informative, although not as well done as most at National Parks, or even at many state parks. The Cave of the Winds film was better, as well. What I find curious, and I saw no other comments about it, is...More
The movie is an excellent thing to take in after you’ve done a few other things. It’s nice to just sit and relax.
The movie is very interesting, with history of the development of the falls as it exists today.
This movie gives a background story of the Niagara Falls... history that you should know before starting to explore this place... sadly it is over priced... see it only if you purchase the Discovery Pass... note to the management - with the technology and our...More
I wont recommend to go to this place if you dont have discovery pass. Its too costly without pass and only for 30mins and doesnt have any 3D/4D effects which I thought it should have considering the high price.
Screen is also very small and...More
We enjoyed the Legends of Niagara film on the IMAX screen. I had never heard the story of Lelawala, and I have visited Niagara Falls several times. I liked giving my children a bit of the backstory of the Falls, and I think they appreciated...More
It’s unquestionably overpriced for a 40 minute movie and is a tad dated BUT my kids loved it. My one son called it the highlight of the park. It may be because it was air conditioned and a screen but he loved it,
We had read other reviews first, so our expectations weren't too high, but we were pleasantly surprised by the attraction. It is well done and informative. Not the highlight of our NF visit, but definitely worth the time, especially if you purchased the Discovery Pass.