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Indoor Wind Tunnel Skydiving & Interactive Centre
Niagara Freefall, The Niagara Falls Indoor Skydiving Centre, Ontario, Canada. The Niagara Freefall Skydiving Centre in Canada is the first of its kind. The Niagara Freefall, which is environmentally controlled, is a vertically built wind tunnel skydiving center that ensures the safety of flyers.
The Niagara Freefall Indoor Wind Tunnel Skydiving Center is designed and integrated with advanced technology that enables even a 7-year-old child to experience the thrill of skydiving without the support of a parachute. Is the skydiving of a dream? No prior experience is needed. If you are one with normal physical health, with an adequate height (minimum 42′) and a weight (maximum 260 lbs), you can experience skydiving at Niagara Freefall.
There’s going to be a 25-minute training class and safety session before you dive into the sky. Children under 18 years of age will not be allowed to enter the Niagara Freefall without the consent of the parent or guardian.
Skydiving is all well and good, but there’s something a little bit scary about sticking to the aircraft, rising quickly to the heights, then leaping out of the sky to fall to the earth. What if you could do the dropping, weightless bit, without actually falling anywhere? This is where indoor skydiving comes in, where massive fans channeling wind into similarly huge tunnels will lift you off the ground to give you a feeling of soaring without giving your stomach a reason to turn around.
Lazerball is a great new, fast-paced, exciting indoor attraction. Lazerball is a paintless paintball game that utilizes reusable foam balls that are soft and safe. There’s no mess there. Similar to Lazertag and Paintball, it is an exciting pursuit game. It’s filled with adrenaline and fun and it’s very easy to play.
One 10 min Game (unlimited shooting) $10
Two 10 min Games (unlimited shooting) $1
Mechanical Bull Ride
A mechanical bull is a mechanism that replicates the feeling that a bucking animal like a rodeo bull or a horse invented by Sherwood Cryer, is known as the bucking machine. It is generally powered by an electric motor with a variable speed. In order to decrease the probability of injury to those thrown off it, padded flooring is often installed around the equipment.
The climbing wall is an artificial wall with grips for hands and legs, primarily used for climbing indoors, but often outdoors. Some of them are brick or wooden constructions, but on most modern walls the most widely used material is a thick multiplex board with holes drilled into it. Recently, steel and aluminum have also been produced. The wall may have places to tie belay ropes, but it may also be used to practice climbing or bouldering.
Address: 6357 Stanley Ave, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3Y6, Canada