Niagara Falls main parkland, the Queen Victoria Park is in the center of the Niagara Parks and features a mix of green and water views as well as the chance to learn about nature. While exploring Queen Victoria Park you’ll be able to take in front row views of Niagara Falls, as the park is located along the Niagara Gorge and River. For this reason, it’s one of the best places for taking excellent photographs of the natural attraction, especially as it provides a peaceful setting. Visitors can also access top Niagara Falls experiences from the park like the Maid of the Mist, Clifton Hill and Journey Behind the Falls.
Queen Victoria Park is also a great place to learn about horticulture, as it features a mix of local and international plants, as well as themed gardens like a rock garden and hybrid tea rose garden. Each season delivers a unique natural treat, like the more than 500,000 daffodils in the spring, thousands of bedding plants in the summer, chrysanthemums and kale in the fall, and ice-covered branches from the falls mist in the winter. Benches, ponds and statues litter the grounds and plants are labeled to enhance the visitor experience. For something romantic, opt for a horse and carriage ride from the park.