March Break in Niagara Parks

 

Northern Owls at the Butterfly Conservatory 

February 13 – April 17  |  10am – 5pm

Northern Owls, an exhibit from the Royal Ontario Museum, is the first of Niagara Parks’ planned Rooted initiatives, developed under the provincial government’s Ontario 150 Funding Program. Included with regular admission and designed to celebrate the natural and cultural heritage of both Niagara and the province, the exhibit focuses on the fascinating and less well-known aspects of owl behaviour, biology and lifestyle. Visitors will have the chance to see 10 different owl specimens as part of the regular exhibit and view live raptor displays and demonstrations during March Break with representatives from the Canadian Raptor Conservancy.

Outdoor Live Raptor Display with Demonstration
March 11-12, March 15, March 18  |  11am, 1pm, 3pm

 

 

March Break Matinees at Old Fort Erie

March 13 – 17  |  1pm & 4 pm

Over 200 years of living history resides within Old Fort Erie. This War of 1812 National Historic Site has been occupied by British, American and Fenian troops at different points throughout history. During March Break, take in the historic surroundings while enjoying award winning classics and charming family favourites during March Break Matinees. Admission is $5 and the doors open 30 minutes before showings. Drinks, popcorn and light snacks available for purchase on-site.

Monday, March 13

    • The Croods (PG) – 1 pm
    • The Iron Giant (PG) – 4pm

Tuesday, March 14

  • The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (PG) – 1 pm
  • The Goonies (PG) – 4pm

Wednesday, March 15

  • Home (PG) – 1 pm
  • Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (G) – 4 pm

Thursday, March 16

  • A Series of Unfortunate Events (PG) – 1 pm
  • Monsters vs. Aliens (PG) – 4 pm

Friday, March 17

  • Kung Fu Panda (PG) -1 pm
  • Rise of the Guardians (PG) – 4 pm

 

 

Print your own tribute for Canada 150

March 13 – 17  |  11am – 3pm

Learn more about the life of rebel publisher William Lyon Mackenzie and how the power of the printed word helped change Canada over the past 150 years. Niagara Parks Heritage Staff will be onsite at Table Rock Centre during March Break to assist with hands-on displays, allowing individuals an opportunity to print their own unique tribute to Canada’s 150th anniversary!

 

Save with the Niagara Falls Wonder Pass

Whether you’re here for just one day or several, a Niagara Falls Wonder Pass can save you over 55% on attractions, transportation and more! Each Pass includes one-time admission to the listed attractions along with two days of access to on WEGO, the hop-on, hop-off bus transportation system that connects Niagara Parks with your hotel and other tourist areas in the city. You’ll also receive valuable bonus coupons for other experiences, dining and shopping.

Your attraction admissions are valid all season long, until April 30, 2017. Whether you want to experience everything in one day or spread your admissions out over your entire visit, it’s totally up to you! The included WEGO access is however for consecutive two-day use. If required, ask at a Niagara Parks Welcome Centre how you can add more days to your WEGO access.

Niagara Falls Adventure Pass

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