Every year millions of people visit Niagara Falls and every year most of those visitors make their way through world famous Clifton Hill.
There are Several “hot spots” in the City of Niagara Falls that most visitors are drawn to during their stay here.
One of which is of course the Falls themselves. After all, it is the natural beauty and size that attracts most people to Niagara every year.
A second hot spot would have to be Clifton Hill. And why not? It is close to the Falls and with its unique shape, an actual hill that is, Clifton Hill is a great place for visitors to explore all of the many Attractions, arcades, restaurants, gift shops, museums, 3D / 4D theatres and other unique and one of a kind places that can be found there.
About Clifton Hill
A unique attribute of Clifton Hill is the fact that it really is a street going up a hill. What makes it so interesting is the way that all the different shops, attractions and museums have used the hill to their advantage and built different levels to their facilities to use the hill.
Along this unique street, Clifton Hill’s visitors will find small laneways that lead to more little shops.
Two short streets that shoot off of Lundy’s lane include Oneida Lane. and Clifton Pl. Both of which have parking at the end so visitors can get out and walk the area.
The top of Clifton Hill intersects with Victoria Avenue where, no matter which direction you choose, you will find even more restaurants, Museums and shops to keep exploring.
Below we have listed just some of the places you will find while walking along this little street. There are many more than we have listed here but we thought it better for you to discover some for yourself on your next visit!