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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 - 4:15 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
5651 River Rd, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 7M7, Canada
All reviews main aviary cowboy colin large aviary feeding the lorikeets flying free gift shop different species all ages rainy day take pictures take your time great attraction great place to visit great for kids whole family rainbow bridge worth the money
Great experience. You can just sit back and let the birds fly around you. 3 Schools were going through, but they did not stay long. Amazing variety of birds. You can easily spend 2 or 3 hours watching the birds. There is a smaller enclosure...More
This has been on my boyfriend and I's to-do list for the last year or so, as we've been to the Falls many times but never made it here. We went yesterday, and we were both beyond surprised with how much it had to offer....More
We had a fabulous afternoon out in the Bird Kingdom. It was great to see all the animals and we particularly enjoyed going in with the lorokeets and feeding them. It was great to see our photos on the way out and we did purchase...More
I had taken my 4 year old daughter to see the falls, and was keen to see Bird Kingdom when I read about it. I must say it exceeded my expectations. I like birds a lot, and seeing so many different types, and different personalities...More
This is an easy place to get to from the Rainbow Bridge. If you have a stroller, like we did, go around the corner to get to the lower parking level. There are pay kiosks on the upper and lower levels. We used a Groupon...More
Pros - close encounter with some amazing specimens. Workers were knowledgeable and courteous. Enjoyed Javanese House and exhibit on how birds were utilized in wars.
If you want to visit, check Groupon or local hotel for vouchers to save on entrance costs.
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!