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EXPLORING CANADA: The Crystal Caves: A Mirror Maze Adventure!

In the year 1884, a grand endeavor began atop Clifton Hill. The ambitious plan was to construct a railroad station for Niagara Falls, Canada, and to make way for this project, hundreds of pounds of dynamite were assembled. Little did they know that the first explosions would unleash more than they could have ever imagined.


As the earth trembled, workers discovered a remarkable sight—a network of deep caverns carved out of crystal, hidden just beneath the surface. These icy tunnels were so clear that the men could see their own reflections in the walls. With each blast, new caves were revealed, and the earth grew increasingly unstable. Eventually, when the station was completed, all entryways were sealed off, and the treacherous labyrinth was left forgotten... or so the legend tells.

crystal caves maze clifton hill niagara falls canada

A century later, tragedy struck when a fire engulfed much of the historic railroad site. As rescuers combed through the rubble on the surrounding property, they stumbled upon a dark hole nestled amidst the rocks. Just big enough for a person to squeeze through, it confirmed the stories that had been passed down through generations. Inside, they found a breathtaking spectacle—a maze of crystal caves adorned with jutting crystals and lined with shimmering ice.


Wooden bridges teetered precariously, and ceilings crumbled above. Today, you have the opportunity to be among the first in over a hundred years to set foot in this mirrored maze of crystal caves. But before you enter, be certain that you possess the mettle to find your way out, for within these infinite passageways, one risks becoming lost forever.


Address:

4967 Clifton Hill

Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3N5

Canada


Phone:

(905) 357-9660


Website:


Ticket Pricing:

Adults: $13.95

Students: $12.95

Children: $11.95

Combo Packages Available with The House of Frankenstein and Frank'N Coaster


Hours of Operation:

Open all week 9:00am - 2:00am

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