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Free Things to do Canada Day

Top  FREE things to do in Niagara on Canada Day.

CANADA DAY AT FORT GEORGE 8:00 AM TO 10:00 PM

If you’re a history buff then the Day at Fort George is for you.  Start your day with pancakes served up fresh for those early morning risers!  It’s a spectacular day from beginning to end with muskets, artillery demonstrations, BBQ’s, cake, music and fireworks! 

CANADA DAY CELEBRATION @ QUEEN STREET NIAGARA FALLS 9:30 AM T0 5pm

Everyone loves a parade especially when Deadmau5 is the Grand Marshall!  Don’t forget to find your spot early when visiting Queen Street Niagara Falls.  This fun filled day for the kids includes inflatables, magic shows, rock climbing walls to tucker out the most enthusiastic child.  Make sure you set aside enough time for yourself to listen to the free live concerts playing throughout the day or peruse the car show.   

SUMMER OF THRILLS @ TOP OF CLIFTON HILL  - 2,4,6 & 8PM

Highwire Cycle
Highwire Cycle

You've gotta love the Daredevil history that’s synonymous with visiting the Clifton Hill district in Niagara Falls.  Who doesn’t have an hour or two to witness the epic acts:  Wheel of Fate and the Highwire SkyCycle.  Buskers on the ground and Buskers in the air, no matter where you look you’ll be entertained.  Grab a meal along Victoria Avenue and then venture off to see these spectacular shows, I guarantee you an amazing time. 

FIREWORKS AT THE FALLS - 10PM

Time to relax and settle in for the evening and watch the ‘Fireworks at the Falls’ signature eventTake your blankie down to the park and sit back as Niagara Parks does all the work.  The view is simply breathtaking as the fireworks loft up in the air lighting up the entire parkway.  Don’t forget your camera; this will be a moment you’ll want to remember forever.

Enjoy, and HAPPY CANADA DAY.