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- the Table Rock Welcome Centre is a multi-level observation complex located right next to the Horseshoe Falls, it contains all the typical touristy things (Gift shops, restaurant, etc) and you can also purchase your tickets for Journey Behind the Falls.
There are plenty of walkways and public viewing areas outside lending great views for taking photos.
Keep in mind this is a popular tourist spot which equals pricey everything.Written November 6, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We reached this place trying to learn anything new we might not have learned during the previous visits:
- the staff is very nice and friendly and put at your disposal lots of information, if you need that
- clean toilets and the place is very clean too
- they confirmed the Niagara falls park Power station is now open besides lots of rather expensive attraction to visit here
- they also recommended to stop at the Dufferin islands for watching wildlife, which we did: lots of geese watching over their goslings - one couple had 12 goslings!!!! There are toilets here however parking is a bit expensive bearing in mind you will not stay for 1 hour with so many unruly tourists around.Written May 13, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Not too large to be intimidating. Very clean. Food was delicious. Had three breakfasts and two lunches. Fruits were ripe and sweet. Food well prepared.Written May 12, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a wonderful place to visit, so very clean and well maintained. The park is really great you can enjoy the many venues. The prices are reasonable and nicely done. The gift shop is well maintained.Written October 2, 2019
- You'll get a meal with eggplant, choummus, French fries and Israeli salad as a first course.
The main course is BBQ chicken (50/64) or Salomon or Steak for additional fee.
3d dish is Chokolate cake and ice cream. This was in September 2019. Notice that they close for the winter season.
I believe this in the only Kosher restaurant in the area.
It's worth a visit! There is also a synagogue there.Written September 9, 2019
- I had previously given them 5 stars 4 years ago on Facebook. I now must change it to a 2 stars.
First, it’s overcrowded. I have to say that they need to start using the upstairs of the convention centre as well as the main floor. Parking at the convention centre is limited but cheap ($10). We didn’t make it in time and had to park across the street at $30 as it was “special event parking”. Yeah, I know, that is not the convention’s fault, but I am throwing it out there.
My biggest pet peeve is the volunteers. Now, I had my phone out numerous times as I was waiting for friends to get their autographs. I was constantly being yelled out “No photos!”. I yelled back: “I’m on my phone!” Now, please bear with me, the conventions say this is the actor’s choice not get candid shots of them. I have SPOKEN to several actors who have confirmed my thoughts that it’s not their choice, they don’t care and it’s the CONVENTION who doesn’t allow candid photos. In the past when I gave them the high star rating, there was no issues with candid photos and I got a TON of them. They are for my personal enjoyment and souvenirs of my day at the convention. It's like taking photos of the actors at Disney. I get it, it's not the same caliber of stars but still. Taking candid pictures is not going to lose any money for the convention or for the actors. Period. If I wanted a photo op with an actor, I will spend the 40, 50, 60 dollars. But if I just wanted to remember, hey look who was here - it was Ted McKinley. What's wrong with taking a picture, without flash, from a decent distance?
They checked your bags, but I did bring in an empty water bottle to fill up at the water fountain. Even Fan Expo allows you to bring in a bottle of water and a snack. The lines for food were crazier than the lines for autographs. Another complaint was that I had politely asked a volunteer if there is a near by Starbucks and I was told: “I dunno, I wish.” My friend saw the Starbucks sign over at the Marriot, commented and at that point, another volunteered then piped “oh yeah its over there.” Gee, thanks!
Would I go again? Only if they bring a guest that Fan Expo or Toronto Comic con wouldn’t bring.Written June 10, 2019
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