“Discover The World's Largest Free Flying Indoor Aviary”
Imagine a journey in search of a legendary Lost Kingdom. Discover tropical birds and animals as you explore the pathways throughout the rainforest. An adventure that is fun for all ages! This incredible experience begins at the mysterious Old Museum where you feel like you have travelled back in time. The adventure continues at Bird Kingdom’s Animal Encounters as you meet friendly parrots and exotic animals. Explore the Night Jungle that is home to curious owls, bats and fascinating nocturnal creatures. At last, 'Discover The Kingdom'! Be amazed as you enter the World's Largest Indoor Aviary, where exotic colourful birds fly freely in the multi-level rainforest. Wander on the pathway that begins at the aviary’s top level, taking you behind the magnificent waterfall and down to the jungle floor. Lorikeet Landing provides an unforgettable experience where you can feed and interact with playful lorikeet birds. Within the jungle lies a rare Javanese House from the 1800s, the only one of it’s kind in all of North America. This architectural masterpiece is entirely hand carved solid teak and was incredibly constructed without nails.
This was a fantastic find!! In addition to a ton of birds there are all sorts of other critters, creepers, and crawlers! Right on the main street heading downtown to the Falls. There is a pay parkade next door. Admission of 20$ range, it is a bargain; you can expect to spend 1 - 2 hours here. Definitely the best $$'s I spent in Niagara, which is a too expensive city IMO. There are helpful staff to answer questions and animal interactions. There is also a little eats shop for ice cream after you are done.
Get away from the crowds of the falls and stroll around this beautiful facility.
I was a little disappointed with this. There were 2 opportunities to handle birds. I came to see the nocturnal section and was disappointed. I thought there would be some interactions with those creatures or at least have the same free flying atmosphere as the other bird section. I don't think it was worth the money.
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