Niagara Falls Locations Under Construction or Newly Opened

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    During our walk today at lunch, I took some pictures of some of the places that are new or under construction. I’ve also updated previous blog postings with some of the new pictures.

    The new Movieland Wax Museum of Stars

    Movieland Wax Museum of Stars in Niagara Falls

    Movieland Wax Museum of Stars in Niagara Falls

    see original post about Movieland Wax Museum of Stars

    Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks

    Louis Tussaud's Waxworks in Niagara Falls

    see original post about Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks

    Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum

    Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum in Niagara Falls

    see original post about Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum

    Montana’s Restaurant?

    (I’ve heard that is what is going in here on Victoria Avenue)

    Montana's Restaurant on Victoria Avenue in Niagara Falls

    Brick City

    Brick City on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls

    see original post about Brick City

    New Attraction – Brick City


    Brick City on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls

    On Clifton Hill, in the building that was formerly the Adventure Dome, a new attraction is now open:

    Brick City
    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.

    Brick City on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls

    Check out pictures from inside Brick City at the Gallery.

    Niagara Falls Attractions Update – Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks


    Louis Tussaud's Waxworks Niagara Falls logo


    Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks is re-opening Spring 2005 in Niagara Falls, Ontario. It will be located at 5907 Victoria Avenue, just feet away from famous Clifton Hill and yards away from the majestic Niagara Falls.

    Well known artists from around the world are creating over 100 new Wax Figures of the famous and infamous. Well known celebrities from Sports to Religious figures, Movie Stars to Politicians and Heros to Villians will be on display in open settings. You can interact with the famous as every wax figure will be accessible for photo opportunities.

    The Wax Figures will be housed in a brand new two story English Tudor style building with over 16,200 sq. ft. Construction on the new building started in June. The project has a $6 million price tag.

    Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks first opened in 1949 on Clifton Hill, the first wax museum in Niagara Falls, Ontario. It closed it’s doors in September 2000 when it’s lease was finished and could not be renewed. Ripley’s Entertainment, who owns the name �Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks� have been diligently looking for a new location ever since.

    More information about Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks can be found by calling 905 374 6601 ext 233.

    Louis Tussaud's Waxworks in Niagara Falls

    Niagara Falls Attractions Update – Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum

    Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum logo

    There is a new museum opening up soon. It is the“>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:

    p: 905.374.8211.

    Classic Iron Motorcycle Museum in Niagara Falls

    Niagara Falls Construction Update

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    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

    Niagara Falls Weather

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    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

    Welcome to Niagara Falls Blog


    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.

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