The fun never stops with the things to do on Clifton Hill, a block from Niagara Falls, Canada. For families, groups, and tourists of all ages, Clifton Hill is a street of fun that can’t be missed. This major tourist boulevard has been welcoming visitors since the 1820s.
Much of the area that now makes up lively Clifton Hill was once a quiet personal estate, until the estate’s owner, Captain Ogden Creighton, saw a business opportunity from the many travelers passing by on their way to the ferry. Captain Creighton set up a village, and while the village never took off, its name stuck. Clifton Hill came to be dotted with hotels—though the Travelodge at the Falls is now the only hotel right on the Hill. By the 1960s, the street was dotted with the bright lights, zany attractions, and museums that make it the premier destination it is today.
Keep little ones entertained with all the fun, interactive things to do on Clifton Hill near Niagara Falls. Between the interactive fun houses, themed museums, spooky haunted houses, and so much more, you’ll have no difficulty finding something that everyone will enjoy.
To save on fun, our hotel deals combine 1-2 nights’ stay right by the falls with entrance to a variety of fun things to do. Explore the colorful Fun House and its wonky mirrors and glow in the dark halls, race through the Mystery Maze, learn at the Guinness World Records Museum, and so much more.
Learn more about all the best family friendly attractions and things to do at falls.com!
One of the best things to do in Clifton Hill is to see Niagara Falls, Canada in a fun and completely new way. Head straight from our hotel to the viewpoints or Hornblower Cruise, which are just steps away. Make memories that will last a lifetime by seeing the falls from above—or below!