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Niagara's Fury, Niagara Falls

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#6 of 9 in Theme Parks in Niagara Falls
Perfect for children, Niagara's Fury hosts two short films, a cartoon fairytale of the falls’ origins, and a 4D experience that simulates the raging waters. Expect to get soaking wet at the 4D experience, and make use of the rain ponchos provided. Take the kids along to the show and add a touch of fun to your Niagara Falls experience. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Niagara's Fury and many more Niagara Falls attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Niagara Falls trip planning app .
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  • Better for children than adults but enjoyable for all. Wouldn't have been pleased had we paid for the full price for admission to this attraction only, but as part of the overall Wonder/Adventure pass...  more »
  • A movie with some history of the waterfall at the beginning and then the simulation that simulates nothing. It just show the waterfall from a 360° view, some sounds, water, but nothing that impress. R...  more »
  • it's a moving movie theater where you stand behind and hold on to a rail while the movie is playing. you will get a little wet. you have to set a time and come back by this time. even then, you have t...  more »
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  • We did this attraction because it was included in our tour package and although it was interesting, I wouldn't have paid for it as a stand alone attraction. They provide ponchos for you because you do get a little wet in the 4D experience. I liked the 4D experience itself because it was very unique, but I can understand how some people didn't enjoy it as much because it was a little hokey and there is potential to get wet. I thought the introduction movie can be enjoyed by everyone, but it is a cute animated film so it's geared towards families with kids.
  • Upfront, I got to see this free at an event. For a free attraction, it was really cool. The cartoon describing how the Falls were made was obviously to keep the attention of children and didn't really focus on the Falls as much h as the annoying cartoon beaver. However, the 4D 350° movie afterwards was pretty cool. There was water effects, snow, fog, rumbles. Really neat cinematography too.if it wasn't free for me though, I don't think I would justify paying for this...
  • This would be fun for young children. It was a long wait to get in. Also they do not allow photography inside which always disappoints me especially when there is no reason to disallow it. It's short, kinda hokey. It came with a pass but I would not have paid separately and think it is overpriced for the experience
  • Great attraction for kids to understand the basic natural history of the falls. This doesn't show you the falls just a 360° movie of the falls natural history with some water. Ponchos are provided.
  • We went because like most people it was part of our adventure pass, if it wasn't on there we wouldn't have bothered going. The clip that was played at the start was cute and informative, especially for people who don't know any history about Niagra Falls and how it became. The 4D was a little lame but with the right crowd it was fun. The staff are probably the least enthusiastic people I've seen, the young girl taking the pictures before entry had no care and was quite rude.
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