On Clifton Hill, in the building that was formerly the Adventure Dome, a new attraction is now open:
Created with LEGO bricks
Explore a city built entirely with LEGO bricks
We stopped in today and spoke to the cashier. She said that the “city” is built from over half a million LEGO bricks. There are 16 trains and over 1,000 little LEGO people. The Taj Mahal is in the city along with the CN Tower (10 ft tall).
It costs $7.99 for adults to get in. And you are allowed to take pictures. It looks nice. Hopefully we’ll have a chance to go inside.
Check out pictures from inside Brick City at the AccessNiagara.com Gallery.
There is a new museum opening up soon. It is the http://classiciron.ca/“>Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum:
“Welcome to the Classic Iron Motorcyle Museum Inc. web site. Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum will offer a World class collection of vintage and custom motorcycles from 1916 to the present. Look for the launch of our new site in the Spring of ’05.”
The museum will be at:
5743 Victoria Avenue
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada L2G 3L6
For more information please contact:
On our daily walk this afternoon, Graham and I walked through Queen Victoria Park. I noticed that the flowers have started to bloom. At first I thought they may be the Tulips the Niagara Parks Commission plants each fall, but a coworker believes they may be the flowers of the Crocus Plant.
If you’ve been to Niagara Falls before, and been up/down Clifton Hill, then you passed and probably went into Movieland Wax Museum of Stars. Well, Movieland was closed all winter as it moved down the hill. It re-opened Friday, March 25, 2005. It is larger, brighter, less boxy, and generally is worth the $9.99 for admission.
There is a bunch of road work being done around the main tourist areas in Niagara Falls. When you first get into the Falls via Stanley Avenue, there are 2 different sections of the road where they are replacing the water mains or something. On the weekends this messes up the traffic.
There is also work underway on the Niagara Parkway, right in front of the falls. This looks like it’s almost done.
You can get road construction updates from the City of Niagara Falls at
and road construction updates from the Region of Niagara at
If you are looking for weather forecasts for Niagara Falls, then try one of the following sites:
Niagara Falls, ON – Environment Canada
Niagara Falls, ON – The Weather Network
Niagara Falls, NY – Weather Underground
Niagara Falls, NY – Weather Central
Blogging seems to be so huge right now, but when I did a search for Niagara Falls blogs there was nothing. So I’m either blind, or this is the first Niagara Falls blog. I’d rather take the credit for coming up with the first Niagara Falls blog than admit I’m blind, so I’ve appropriately named the blog “Niagara Falls Blog”.
As I mention in the description, I work in Niagara Falls, and each day go for a lengthy walk at lunch. I see construction, new attractions, the weather, etc. I’ll blog about what I see going on along with any other general observations and interesting facts I can come up with.