A visit to Niagara Falls cannot be considered complete until you have visited Clifton Hill, often referred to as the Street of Fun! It’s one of those places that remains virtually the same from generation to generation and is enjoyed by young and old alike. I remember the excitement and awe I felt as a child visiting Ripley’s Believe it or Not and the screams that escaped my mouth as we walked through the Haunted Castle. That was many years ago, but it’s still the same today. As Mike and I walked past familiar sites from our childhood and also some new ones, we saw many kids walk by us with eyes sparkling as they begged their parents, “Can we go to the wax museum, pleaseeeeeeee?!”
To give you an idea of the unlimited entertainment on Clifton Hill, there are a total of five haunted houses on or around Clifton Hill, three prominent video arcades, the Niagara SkyWheel ferris wheel, numerous wax museums, an indoor 18-hole glow in the dark mini golf course, a fun house, gift shops, and many restaurants. Here, let me take you on a tour.