Marineland, Niagara Falls
Learn about both marine and land animals at Marineland, a well established park where you can observe orca and beluga whales from beneath the surface or pet and feed land dwellers like deer and elk. The site also features energetic dolphin shows as well as the thrills and spills of rollercoasters and carousels. You have opportunity to eat and refresh in the on-site cafe; be sure to bring your camera. Using our custom trip planner, Niagara Falls attractions like Marineland can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Come on Canada and Niagara falls, you are much better than this. This place seriously needs to be shut down. I can't believe the conditions or the absolute waste of time and money for my family. Awful... more »
This is a terrible place! Animals are NOT cared for but are simply used & abused for human entertainment. There is a single walrus left & this highly social animal is kept in a concrete cage except wh... more »
On voulais y aller mais, le parka NG était désert, voire a l'abandon, façade a refaire, le pris d'entrée 56 dollars/personne pour des attractions fermer et beaucoup de marché a faire pour ne rien voir... more »We wanted to go but, the parka NG was deserted, even abandoned, façade to redo, the entry 56 dollars/person for attractions close and a lot of market to do not see anything, path that I lead null share, the interesting thing to do is the shows, we veered off the edge. An attraction has forgotten. Too expensive for so little.
This was a really cute park. It is not for those who don't enjoy a lot of walking but it was not very crowded. There were a lot of birds and wildlife. I found it to be a little pricey given that it was such a small park but the kids really enjoyed it. Not some place that I would go back to but it was fun for what it was. I will say that the food was reasonably priced.
I get the season pass and spend a lot of time here during the season. It's a pretty awesome place. Pet a beluga for $9.99 (plus tax) and feed other animals for $3 per serving. And yes, I love the Sky screamer 😁
Love all rides . 2015 all rides where working. 2016 few were closed for repair. 2017 most of the rides were closed very disappointed. 2018 last day of season a little shower and very cold but loved the rides love Beluga and dolphins. Visited four times this year.
Aside from being pregnant and having to walk so far it was really fun. Loved the dolphins (they are my favorite) my 5 yr old at the time loved it but again with all the walking she got very tired quickly.
Marineland is old and outdated entertainment. We know better than to keep these animals captive and contributing to this facility financially in any way only lets them continue to keep their doors open. The location itself is outstanding and could be an amazing facility that draws millions of people if they focused on the rides and not the whales for profits . An amusement park in the area would do incredibly well and provide a positive economic shift to the area. As it stands now, the entire venue is out of date and rotting away. Just a drive by and quick glance at the front exposure of the buildings and how nature is taking back the parking lot tells you this place won't be open long. A number of the rides are "down" or permanently closed also suggesting they are just squeezing out the last bit of revenue from the place before the doors are closed for good.
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