Bird Kingdom Niagara Falls

Anyone traveling from Toronto to Niagara can stop at the Bird Kingdom. The aviary is divided into many separate regions of fun and adventure!

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* It takes roughly 45 minutes-1 hour to tour the attraction of the Bird Kingdom.

Imagine a trip back in time, before the society on Earth. Discover tropical birds and animals as you celebrate your eyes and explore the rainforest of the Niagara Falls Bird Kingdom, the world’s largest indoor aviary. The beautiful experience begins with the Old Museum, which makes you feel like you are in the pre-civilization age. The adventure continues to the Animal Encounters Pavilion where you can greet friendly, exotic birds. The Bird Kingdom is only a five-minute walk from Niagara Falls and is open all year round. Enjoy an environment surrounded by exotic birds, animals, and reptiles as you walk around the legendary Lost Kingdom.

You and your family will be astounded as you reach the World’s Largest Indoor Aviary, where rare and brightly colored birds travel freely in the multi-level rainforest. Enjoy the stunning view of the aviary route that takes you past the majestic waterfall and down to the floor of the show.

Arriving in the area of Bird’s Kingdom Animal Encounters, you can find rare birds and animals from around the world in a near and individual way. You can handle and carry snakes, tortoises, chameleons, bearded dragons, parrots, and other incredible animals.

Bird Kingdom 📞 +9053568888 Call now Address: 5651 River Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 7M7, Canada Website
Night Jungle:
In the Night Jungle, things get spooky! Meet owls, bats, and crickets you never will see throughout the day. In the night jungle, Bird Kingdom will purposely keep it dark so you and your family can survive with these beings. The cricket’s chirpings are music for your ears and a sweet song, the hooting of owls.

Lorikeet Landing:
A Lorikeet is a medium species with a brightly colored plumage of Australasian parrot. You should feed the Lorikeets during feeding! These friendly birds end up drinking from your cup on you.

Javanese House:

In the center of the rain forest is a rare Javanese House from 1800. It was entirely hand-cut and designed without nails. In North America, this is the only one of its kind! Please notice that the wheelchair is not open to this Javanese building.

Day Operating Hours*
Monday 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Tuesday 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Wednesday 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Thursday 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Friday 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Saturday 9:30AM – 5:00PM
Sunday 9:30AM – 5:00PM

Parking fee is $3.00 per hour. The parking lot has both upper and lower parking spaces and payment machines are located on both floors. Please show the parking receipt face up on the dash so that it is visible to the attendant.

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