Recommended to all visitors of the city are the Museums in Niagara falls.
It doesn’t matter if you are into history, movie stars, famous criminals
or just plain old wacky and unusual items from around the world, there is definitely something for everyone here.
Almost all the museums in Niagara Falls are located within walking distance of the Falls themselves and the furthest one is only slightly further away and all are open year round so there is no worry that you will be traveling at the wrong time.
Ripley's Believe It Or Not! Museum
This museum is truly one of a kind offering unique and interesting artefacts from around the world. There are more than 700 displays of various oddities and curiosities to keep the family busy for hours. See real shrunken heads and the chair once owned by the worlds tallest man all in one museum. When leaving, why not try your hand at creating your own wax copy of your hand in the Wax Zone.
Located at 4983 Clifton Hill. You can't miss it, its the building that looks like its falling over!
Phone: 1-905-356-2238 ext 233
Lundy's Lane Historical Museum
As the official historical museum of Niagara Falls, the Lundy’s Lane museum contains many artefacts from the cities past including prints, documents, maps and Souvenir China. The museum also holds a large collection of War of 1812 artefacts from the men and battles that took place within the city limits.
The Lundy’s Lane Museum is housed within a 135 year old 2 story building, itself designated as a historical building, at 5810 Ferry Street.
Famous Criminal Hall of Fame
This wax museum takes people back to the places and times when these criminals ruled the streets.Famous people like Jesse James, Bonnie and Clyde and Al Capone all seem to come back to life when displayed in their carefully constructed scenes.Find out what made these criminals tick and how they ultimately met their end.
Located at 5751 Victoria Ave at the top of Clifton Hill.
Movieland Wax Museum
Think of your favourite scenes from movies gone by and you will probably find many of them at the Movieland wax Museum. From Braveheart to Indiana Jones, The Godfather to the Wizard of Oz, there are a lot of realistic wax look-a-likes at this famous Museum.
Located at 4950 Clifton Hill
Louis Tussaud Waxworks
Here’s a museum where you can stand by all your favourite wax stars like Arnold Schwarzenenegger, Sarah Jessica Parker and Bill Clinton and have your photo taken with them all.
Located at 5709 Victoria Ave at the top of Clifton Hill
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