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Niagara's Fury, Niagara Falls
(1.8/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
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. Our Niagara Falls trip itinerary planner makes visiting Niagara's Fury and other Niagara Falls attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • I find that this was geared more towards families with young children. There was an animated short about how the Falls were formed followed by a simulation of the same thing with some light weather ef...  more »
  • Went as it was part of tour package. There's a kids cartoon to explain the formation of the falls and then a 360 cinema representation of the same, with some flashing lights, some spraying of water & ...  more »
  • I was impressed at the 360 deg surround vision and sound, charting the formation of the falls since the earth began at the start of the performance. What I wasn't expecting was the grating floor to st...  more »
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  • This attraction was a real dissapointment for us. To start with, don't get fooled by the hours of operation posted on this site. The hours are not 9-9 as stated here, they change seasonally so go to the actual web site to get correct hours of operation. The actual experience was a let down as the water and snow effects only seem to reach the centre of the viewing area. We were at the far side directly beside the exit doors and our ponchos came away bone dry. As stated by others here, don't waste your time. I would highly recommend doing the white water walk instead. Far better to experience the real rapids over a video ride.
  • So, we wait in a room for a kids cartoon, then we walk into a room where we get splashed occasionally from jets in the ceiling area. I am still not sure what the point of the whole thing was. If you have kids, they may like it, as adults... I can't say I would spend the money on this. (It came with the Classic Adventure pass)
  • It's a great little experience for kids. The movie is extended with a short movie that is a regular and to be honest boring 2d movie. The 4d experience is good experience... While it last. It's only like 5 minutes.
  • Terrible, the movie before the attraction to stretch out the experience and make it seem longer was geared totally towards children and was not informative or very good. The "fury" itself was disappointing. I enjoyed myself for about 30 seconds while the 360 degree movie of the horseshoe falls was on the screen but it was NOT worth the price i paid. DO NOT BOTHER TO GO HERE, try the upside down house on clifton hill, or the giant ferris wheel, or the go kart track near the QEW.
  • Basic tourist trap. It's a good place to bring your family, and has a funny educational video showing how Niagara falls was formed. Great big gift shop.