The center of entertainment in Niagara Falls, Clifton Hill is a bustling mecca of an exciting array of attractions, resort hotels, themed restaurants, shops, and nightclubs. Along this eye-popping promenade, you’ll find a giant ferris wheel, mini golf, interactive games, a haunted house, and a wax museum.
The prominent attractions on Clifton Hill include Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, the Guinness World Records Museum, and The Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks. Tussaud's has long been a staple of the area, and you can see dozens of wax celebrities. If you like haunted houses, check out the Haunted House, the House of Frankestein, or Nightmares. Haunted House is probably the best for kids; the other two are better suited for older kids and adults.
A variety of rides add to the excitement of Clifton Hill. Most popular is the Niagara Skywheel, the giant ferris wheel that provides awe-inspiring view of the Falls. Brick City, made from more than one million Lego blocks, is great fun for little kids.
Clifton Hill rises up from River Road on Niagara Parkway up to the intersection of Victoria Avenue. You can’t miss its bright lights, buzzing arcades, and myriad attractions. Parking is available at the parking lot along the Niagara Parkway.