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Sand Sculpture Exhibition


"V2 Niagara proudly presents the International Sand Sculptures Exhibition – the largest indoor exposition in North America. It is one more quality offer on the buffet of entertainment presented to tourists in Niagara Falls. A lot of time, sand, effort and skill were involved in creation of the exhibit that makes it the unique attraction. Filigreed execution of 17 masters from around the world will impress every visitor with its scale and details. 6 600 000 lbs. of magic in sand make this exhibit a true masterpiece.  This outstanding attraction brings new level of entertainment to Niagara Falls and positions itself as a high-quality innovative amusement for all kinds of tourists. Each person is guaranteed to have art saturation and a long-lasting feeling of satisfaction after visiting the exposition of 25 figures."

Admission

Adult $8.00
Child $5.00

Prices are subject to change without notice.

Hours of operation

Monday
11am-2am
Tuesday
11am-2am
Wednesday
11am-2am
Thursday
11am-2am
Friday
11am-2am
Saturday
11am-2am
Sunday
11am-2am

Schedule is subject to change and/or cancellation without notice.

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  • 5/5 Stars - Alex Coleman - 14/08/2013

    I was walking up the street from the Falls, when I came across sand sculpture exhibition. As I could remember it was the old hockey arena there, on Center Street; but now it's fully renovated for the exhibition it holds. As I came in, the first thing I put my eyes on, naturally, was the price. Honestly, I was a little bit shocked. It's $16 for an adult, and as I was from Niagara Region, they charged me $14. Once I got my ticket, a guy (an attendant, as he told me after) accompanied me to the main hall, where all the show was. When I entered the hall and saw the first couple sculptures, I was amazed to say the least because I could have never imagined that people were able to create the sculptures of such sizes using only sand and water! However, as the attendant saw my face and heard the words I told, he reassured me telling that it's a specials, and that the sculptors used many kinds of it. "Let it be so" I thought, "but how did these people manage to give such shapes to the sand?" "Sand plus water" the guy added. "Seriously? And that's it?" "Yes, only these two materials. You may watch the process on the screen over there". So, I went to far side of the exhibition, where big screen is. Thanks God they have benches there. The video helped me to understand better what they did, how they did, and what the idea of the project was. The sculptures of Isaac Brock, Laura Secord, Washington Capitol and many more significant people of that war helped me to mentally reconstruct some of the events of War 1812. These are magnificent works of art performed by a group of sculptors, and I still don't believe they've done the whole project within two months! I highly recommend each and every person to visit this exhibition and look at the sculptures in person. P.S. I don't regret the money spent because it's worth it. I've never see anything like that.