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Marineland

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7657 Portage Road, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6X8 Canada
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Niagara Falls Station64 min
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Niagara Falls Grand Helicopter Adventure

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First-time visitors to Canada likely have Niagara Falls at the top of their to-do list and the most incredible views of the falls are from above. This helicopter tour offers almost double the time in the air to other tours, so you can enjoy views of not only the American, Bridal Veil, and Canadian Horseshoe Falls, but Niagara-on-the-Lake, Niagara wine country, and along the Niagara River.
$152.25 per adult
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Ethan wrote a review Jan 12
Lexington, Kentucky3 contributions
Haven’t been. Google Phil Demers and marine land. These kinds of animals should not be in captivity. Definitely shouldn’t be treated as badly as they are. Might seem fun for the kids but someday we’ll look back and not feel good about how we’ve treated these animals. Gotta be better things to do in Niagara falls
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Date of experience: January 2021
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John Smith wrote a review Jan 12
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After hearing that animals at Marineland, Canada, might be treated poorly, I decided to take a look for myself. Im not sure whether I was shocked to find that the rumours I had heard were true. The facilities they have here are absolutely appalling. Not only are the conditions these animals are held in awful, but the staff are miserable, the toilets and public areas are disgusting and unclean, and the other customers are rude - other families pushed in front of mine in several queues, I saw people spitting on the floor where others were walking barefoot, and there was litter everywhere. Do not visit. If you are looking for an aquatic experience, visit Niagara Aquarium instead, like my family did. It is far cleaner, the staff are polite, and since it is a non-profit organisation, conservation is at its heart.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Fintan M wrote a review Jan 8
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Disgraceful facility, that has a well documented history of horrific abuse of the captively held animals. The owners a filing multi-million dollar law suits against whist blowers, to attempt to silence the abuse. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND- watch The Walrus and the Whistleblower documentary which documents the abuse
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Bec wrote a review Nov 2020
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If you ask about the walrus they abuse, smooshi and her calf, they will call the police on you claiming you did a bomb threat. Marineland is the embarrassment of Niagara Falls and they condone animal abuse. It’s disgusting how they treat these creatures.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kelly Anne B wrote a review Aug 2020
Sherbrooke, Canada58 contributions31 helpful votes
So it went during the Covid, I guess there are positive and negative aspects. Positive: parking is near, not lots of people around, one on one time with employees to ask a whole bunch of questions. In the decks below you have time to admire the mammals and you don't feel pushed... Negative aspects : impossible to get into the show without having to wait 2 hours in line. The rides are closed. There were certain sites that we could not go to... Overall I liked it!!! Especially feeding the Bears!!!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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