More than 1,000 animals, including lions, camels, leopards, and more, live in Safari Niagara, a 150-acre privately owned preserve. Huge inflatable jumping pillows, a catch-and-release fishing pond, a ropes course, a splash pad, and a walk-through budgie exhibit are among the other attractions at the park. Throughout the year, the park features a number of shows and tours, as well as many concession areas where visitors can relax and snack.
Old Fort Erie, situated on the Niagara River's shore, allows travellers to travel back in time to the year 1812. Tours of the grounds, musket shows, and regular reenactments of the Siege of Old Fort Erie are all available at the fort, which is a National Historic Site.