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Floral Clock, Niagara Falls
(3.4/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web)
Pay a quick visit to Floral Clock, a landmark of Niagara Falls. Built in 1950, the floral clock is one of the largest in the world, spanning 12 m (40 ft) in diameter. The clock’s floral face changes twice yearly and tells the time with precision. You can admire the clock free of charge. Observe the intricate floral designs made with different flowers each season, and hear a chime emanate from its tower every 15 minutes. Make Floral Clock part of your personalized Niagara Falls itinerary using our Niagara Falls trip itinerary builder.
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  • Don't bother if you're there in the Winter. If you're there when the flowers are in bloom, it's pretty to look at, but look at it from the window of your car or bus on your way to other attractions. I...  more »
  • Not the best time to go to see the floral clock. Nothing was in operation. Kinda a waste of our time to drive there. But I can see that at the right time of year it would be quite beautiful. 
  • It's located a bit outside of the city and it takes about 20 minutes to get there. I think it was worth the effort since it a lovely place to take some colorful pictures. 
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  • Interesting landmark and a great spot for getting pictures. Being away from the falls area makes it quiet and peaceful and not overrun with tourists at all times. Would be a nice place to have a picnic.
  • Meh. Just a floral clock. The place though is where you take the bus to the Falls if you don't want to fight for expensive parking there.
  • Beautiful floral clock, great place to stop, free parking, has a small store and bathroom facilities.
  • This is an attractive floral clock worth a quick stop and a snapshot. There is a gift shop nearby.
  • Neat landmark with rest stop facilities. Very nicely kept grounds and greenery. Lots of parking makes it easy to stop and go. We got there at the same time as a tour bus so the people-watching was lots of fun too!