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Marineland, Niagara Falls
(1.6/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
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. Put Marineland at the forefront of your travel plans using our Niagara Falls tourist route planner.
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  • This was our second visit to Marineland and it is true that this aquatic animal park begins to have the age. That said, we were there with our 6 year old and he had a lot of fun to see marine animals and the show. The Park is large, so plan to do a lot of walking. There are restaurants and we can have a picnic as needed. That said, if you go to Niagara and wondering what to do with children it is a good place, but if your holidays are to travel to go to this park, you will be disappointed. Enjoy your visit.
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  • The theme park if perfect for children and adults as well. It's a wonderful family experience.Live animals from the sea and land, and several live shows featuring Dolphins, Seals, Beluga wales and eve...  more »
  • I had the chance to travel twice has niagara falls and every time jen have to go has Marineland it is even better now that both times the site ads was not too busy always good service has customer site is well maintained there's a pic nic so space not forced to pay a crazy price for fastfood food. I had the chance to feed the belugas of the bear and deer. To make the rides so that witness has a dolphin/seal show. Ideal for a family outing you won't regret it is guaranteed!
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  • It is a nice place to see a lot of sea creatures, and would defiantly choose it over Ripley's. If you are coming here, make sure you bring a good pair of shoes, for you will be doing a LOT of walking, from exhibits to rides. They have one nice coaster, and a few rides for the children. A few petting/feeding areas and fantastic shows every other hour. The price is a bit steep, and If you want to feed/pet the belugas it is an extra charge but a must do if you decide to visit. There weren't any Killer Whales when I visited, but they do have a small batch of dolphins, beluga whales and sea lions.
  • Marineland is terrible. SHUT IT DOWN! Animals dont deserve to be locked up in a tank for 24hours!! cmon marineland, the animals deserve better !
  • After a day at Marine land I can honestly state “NOT everyone loves Marine Land! The price is reasonable for entry, the session pass is a fair deal BUT the reality of the place is there is not that much to see, lots of walking on hot pavement but the animal displays are few and far between. The rides are more impressive than the animals. I noticed litter / trash everywhere especially in the bush / wooded areas. Why tourists cannot use the hundreds of garbage bins conveniently located is a real mystery but why Marine Land cannot clean up this trash is also a mystery. The bear display is absolutely disgusting, the conditions these majestic creatures are forced to live in, begging for food, cramped area which is way over crowed with too many bears in this small area. I was totally disgusted by this, never mind the smell, it is horrible. The Sky Screamer ride had only one unit working and after a long walk up it was somewhat disappointing, no shade up there so you are in the hot sun with a very poor snack bar, limited menu and no shade. The land animal’s displays are poor, these poor creatures look like they are totally stressed, it is sad to see them in this state. I would be ashamed to show case animals in this condition. There were no killer whales, not that we saw. The Beluga whales are a real attraction, the dolphin show is nice but short and not professional with the sound system being poor, it was hard to understand what was being said. Under Friendship and Arctic cove areas, in the bottom underside of the tanks, which is interesting as you can see the whales but the tank glass seals are leaking which makes me wonder about their integrity and the general maintenance of the tanks not to mention the whole facility. There is a horrible sewer smell outside the bathrooms in the aquarium area which was over powering, the smell of sewage, yuck. My impression of Marine Land is it is an out dated facility trying to make a limited go of it without putting much back into the facility and the care of the animals, I will never come back. In my opinion the place should be closed down and the animals / mammals returned to the wild.
  • If I could rate less than one star I would. People who visit this place she be ashamed of themselves. The animal cruelty that takes place in this hell hole is absolutely disgusting. These poor defenceless animals have no choice but to live in these inhuman "habitats" until they essentially die because they will all for what ? So we can go take pictures of them. Absolutely repulsive.
  • Horrible place. A large portion of the animals are sick the customer service is horrible. Employees trash talk about other customers and employees rite in front of you. I have absolutely no idea what these good reviews saw in the place. Go educate your children on wild life at a sanctuary yes you will need more arrangements to go as well as probably have to do a lot of walking but don't be so lazy educate your kids on wild life in a more "natural" setting.