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Niagara's Fury, Niagara Falls

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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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  • October 4, 2017
    The approach was childish and the information was poorly and incompletely conveyed in the introductory film. Once inside the attraction itself, there was no further 'education' attempted. I'd skip thi...  more »
  • October 3, 2017
    This tour is something simple but different and entertaining. Starting te entregan poncho but they do not explain that activity, time an animated short with the explanation of the falls, would be well to put chairs in the room. Ending the short pass to a camera where projected you a video in 4 d, which is father because you splashing water. We recommend to wear Sandals because the tennis end up soaked
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  • October 3, 2017
    We bought the tickets as part of a package deal with other attractions. It is a large screen movie that uses effects to make you feel as if you are next to and going down the falls. We were there on a...  more »
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  • June 27, 2017
    This was an interesting experience. It wasn't my favorite Niagara attraction, but it was an informative presentation. It came with an attraction package we purchased, otherwise we wouldn't have done it. There is no seating, so be prepared to stand through the entire thing. You don't get drenched, but they do give you a poncho for the water splashed/sprayed on you
  • July 8, 2017
    Definitely not worth the money. Little amounts of water. The video quality was sub par in my opinion. Would recommend spending your money else where.
  • June 12, 2017
    This is definitely not worth the money. Not even any of the kids anywhere in the show area looked marginally entertained. If you get the tickets as part of a package it may be worth it for the laugh but that's it.
  • June 12, 2017
    The movie clip they provided was cute but as an adult it was kiddish. The actual 4D experience was unnecessary. Very ehhh attraction.
  • April 20, 2017
    great experience for the kids as well the adults. it give you the whole experience about the waterfall and a little history as well Kids loved it as well deft something to do and see we were part of a Elite tour

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The city bordering Canada's most famous attraction offers a wide range of accommodations, with competition keeping prices surprisingly low. You'll pay a premium for views of the falls, with most of the prime real estate right by the star attraction controlled by major international hotel chains. Most sit along Niagara Parkway, which fronts the river. If you're looking for something nearby but still affordable, check the options along Victoria Avenue--you won't have a view of the falls, but you'll be just minutes from the spectacular attraction.
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