Bird Kingdom

The world’s largest free-flying indoor aviary

At the heart of Niagara Falls is an incredible adventure for all ages. At Bird Kingdom, experience exotic birds, animals, and reptiles as you make your way to the Lost Kingdom. Your journey from the mysterious Old Museum will seem like you’ve travelled back in time.

The Explorer’s Base Camp lets you get up close and hold friendly parrots, exotic birds and animals, and the Night Jungle offers a more mysterious experience, with owls, bats, and other night creatures.

Best of all is the Kingdom – the world’s largest free-flying indoor aviary – where colourful exotic birds fly and play in the multi-level rainforest environment.

Venture behind the 40-foot waterfall and you’ll end up at Lorikeet Landing, where you can hand-feed and interact with the birds.

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5651 River Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2E 7M7, Canada

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Ranked #7 of 110 things to do in Niagara Falls

Emilia M

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I was happily surprised to see so many different types of birds in there. Great place to visit with the family. Employees showed excellent care of the birds and were constantly keeping the place clean

medic_rich

Bradford West Gwillimbury, Canada

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We bought our tickets online, so we were able to save $2.00 off for each ticket. Parking was adequate. Access was easy. First thing I was surprised with, was that the birds are actually flying...

lcuthbert2020

Ontario, Canada

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It was a delight to be in the main three storey sanctuary where many types of exotic birds flew and walked around you and nestled in trees nearby.

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