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Niagara’s Top Spots for Family Fun this August

Science Sundays is a top Niagara Falls family vacation activity.

Experience Science Sundays at the Niagara Glen.

Have some fun while on a Niagara Falls family vacation this August by checking out these exciting events and activities that have been specially designed for both kids and adults!

Science Sundays

July 30 – August 26, 2018 @ Niagara Glen Nature Centre

Visit the Niagara Glen Nature Centre on Sundays in July and August for a variety of fun and fascinating science demonstrations on a number of different subjects. The Science Sundays demonstrations are approximately 10-15 minutes each and will be taking place at 11:30am and 2pm.

The Niagara Glen Nature Centre is a beautiful building that overlooks a pristine pocket of Carolinian forest and the Niagara River, and is a popular destination for hikers, conservationists, cyclists, and outdoor-enthusiasts looking to discover all that Niagara has to offer.

Coca Cola Concert Series

June 1 – September 3, 2018 @ Queen Victoria Park

Catch free musical performances from local Niagara musicians at the Niagara Parks Coca Cola Concert Series in Queen Victoria Park. The performances start at 8pm and are followed by spectacular fireworks every evening at 10pm.

Upcoming performances include:

  • Aug. 2 – By Design
  • Aug. 3 – Gypsy Ghosts
  • Aug. 5 – The Small Town Girls
  • Aug. 6 – Grand River Ramblers
  • Aug. 9 – Stereo Sunrise

Falls Fireworks Series

Every night in Niagara Falls

This year marks the 25th year of the Niagara Parks Falls Fireworks Series, which will be celebrated with a newly-expanded schedule featuring 111 shows. From June 18th to September 3rd, spectacular fireworks will light up the skies over the American and Horseshoe Falls every night at 10pm.

Take in this spectacular sight from along the Niagara Parkway, in Queen Victoria Park, or in a Fallsview guestroom at a beautiful Niagara Falls hotel.

Family Craft Night Tea Party

August 2, 2018 @ Niagara Falls History Museum

Stop by the Niagara Falls History Museum on Ferry Street to build and decorate your very own fancy paper teapot! This family-friendly activity will be taking place from 6-9pm and is fun for people of all ages.

Start planning your Niagara Falls family vacation today to discover these amazing events!

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