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Take an unforgettable journey through the world’s largest indoor, free-flying aviary! Experience the enchanting splendor of the Lost Kingdom where guests have unique opportunities to interact with spectacular birds and animals from around the world...more
Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
5651 River Rd, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 7M7, Canada
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We went here with our 4 young children and we all enjoyed it so much! It was a really neat experience to be able to interact with the birds in their environment. My kids loved it and so did my husband and I!
I’m naturally someone who enjoys birds, so this seemed like a natural place for us to visit on our Niagara vacation. It didn’t disappoint. I really enjoyed the two main exhibits, one for small birds and one for large. Both give the birds plenty of...More
When you first walk in, you aren't really impressed. It looks kind of outdated and as if it is going to be this very boring "walk through" tour. But as you continue to walk things improve. There is a room with various bird breeds flying...More
Here with a 1.5 year old who loved the place. The first few rooms are good, but wait until you get to the "big room." There are multiple levels, a waterfall, and many, many types of birds up close and free range.
We loved the...More
We have been to the Bird Kingdom twice. Once in October 2018 and the other in March 2019. The first time we loved it so much we kids asked to go again in March. They are 14 and 8. Unfortunately the pump broke on the...More
shutout to Cowboy Colin lol he's the greeter at the door. loved feeding the birds from cups filled with nectar. Baby "wanna peanut". loved me. Picture with the parrot with their camera is $12. loved the main bird area. footprints on the floor were a...More
There is a lot of walking, and you will want to take your time to see all of the exhibits. You can go as slow as you like, but if he has difficulty walking for 1-2 hours, take a wheelchair and enjoy yourselves!