Canada’s longest-running Fireworks series received additional support this year through funding provided by the Tourism Partnership of Niagara. The series will be longer this year starting this Friday, Mother’s Day weekend, right through to the end of November. Over 80 displays will light up the skies on Fridays, Sundays and Holidays, with bonus displays Wednesday nights in July and August, and an end of summer celebration with nightly shows Sunday through Friday, August 24 to 29 in support of a new Sound & Light show event. Niagara Parks is pleased to present this popular series on behalf of all the destination stakeholders.
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WEGO Launches August 2012!
The Niagara Parks Commission and the City of Niagara Falls introduce
WEGO – Ride to Fun!
A new tourism transportation system will be in full service in Niagara Falls in mid-August. The state-of-the-art bus system is fully accessible and will operate year-round. Continue reading
Celebrate New Year’s Eve Niagara Falls at Queen Victoria Park
from 7:30 p.m. – 12:05 a.m.
at 8:45 p.m. & Midnight Continue reading
The Niagara Parks Commission would like people to do more than just drive past the Festival of Lights exhibits. In an effort to expand their list of winter activities and try to get tourists to spend time outside of their cars, the commission has installed a carnival-type vintage carousel to anchor what it’s calling Victorian Candy Land.
“It allows people to not only stay in their cars, but get out and experience more of the parks up close. It’s about turning the park into a four-seasons destination,” said NPC director of communications Tony Baldinelli.
The vintage carousel, which was installed Thursday and will open to the public Saturday, is located in front of the Edgewater Tap & Grill at the bottom of Murray Hill. Rides on the carousel will be $3, and there will also be an open fire nearby where families can make their own s’mores. The carousel will be open until Jan. 8.
Baldinelli said “it’s all part of expanding the commission’s enhancement of the opportunities in the Winter Festival of Lights.” The NPC was a founding partner in the festival when it started 29 years ago.
The carousel could be somewhat controversial to some who think the commission should be focused on the natural aspect of the falls, but Baldinelli said it’s a family-oriented, winter-only attraction.
“Everything we do is a balance between our commercial operations and what we do as stewards over the lands that we protect. With the Winter Festival of Lights, it’s something we’re doing for families and for children,” he said.
Niagara’s Fury will be closed next week from Monday, October 31 to Friday, November 4 for maintenance. Will re-open on Saturday, November 5.
During this closure, guests purchasing a Niagara Magic Pass will be able to use the Niagara’s Fury ticket for admission to the Whirlpool Aero Car. The IMAX Theatre that is a coupon partner on the Pass, will also accept the ticket for full admission for Guests not wanting to ride the Aero Car.
By RAY SPITERI Niagara Falls Review
A decades-old dream for some politicians and tourism officials became a reality after city council unanimously approved a 10-year agreement with the Niagara Parks Commission for a new people-mover system.
The decision was made during a special council meeting held at city hall Thursday.
Parks commissioners have already ratified a draft agreement. Continue reading