The Spring Season in Niagara Falls
Is Spring the Best Season to Visit Niagara Falls?
Many tourists prefer spring to visit Niagara Falls. Newly born life, blooming flowers, and trees definitely create a cheerful atmosphere, and the temperature in the months between March and May is pleasant for a walk. It is in the spring (towards the second half) when the seasonally closed attractions open.
One of the favorite places to walk in the spring is Niagara Parkway, where most of the trees are in bloom, and gardens with red tulips are a reminder of the approaching summer. For lovers of colorful views and nature, the Floral Clock is also a great option for a walk. In the spring it blooms in purple viola flowers. After exploring it, you can organize a picnic in nature or just take a few pictures of the surrounding flora.
In the Botanical Gardens and the Floral Show, you can enjoy rare and exotic trees, and the rose garden in the Botanical Garden houses over 2400 species of roses.
A large part of the area in and around Niagara is planted with fruit trees. Fruit growing has played an important historical role in driving the economy since the 1812 war. In spring, peaches, cherries, apples, pears bloom.
Queen Victoria Park is one of the most visited places for a pleasant walk and relax or if you are on vacation with the whole family. In the spring there is a rare opportunity to see in one place 500,000 blooming tulips.
Important information for tourists is that often during the spring season there are discounts in hotels, especially if you plan your vacation early. Then the crowds of tourists are still smaller and you will not line up in long queues for tickets for attractions.
Spring is a great time to visit Niagara, due to the pleasant temperatures and the fact that the height of the tourist season is not overdue. You will certainly not be disappointed by the views and colorful alleys you will see.