Legends come to life on a new 45 foot large screen! This spectacular 30-minute presentation is now playing at the new Niagara Adventure Theater, located in the Niagara Falls State Park Visitor Center in Niagara Falls, NY.
Click on the links below for specific details on Tour Operator and School Groups or book a group online.
- 314 seats
- Wheelchair accessible seating
- 45 foot screen (digital projection system)
- Digital Dolby surround sound
- Complimentary headsets for Spanish, Mandarin, and Korean
- Shows every 45 minutes
- For group inquiries or reservations:
Tel. 877-239-3237 Fax: 716-278-5043 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tour Operator Groups
Contact us for special group pricing.
Additional showtimes available as needed. Please call us for special requests.
Contact Kimberly at email@example.com for pricing.
We are pleased to announce our new extended operating hours for the Spring and Summer season. Early and late shows are available upon request, your guides may contact our Theater directly by texting for the quickest service to 347-921-8011
Throughout its history, Niagara Falls State Park’s panoramic views and awe inspiring attractions have sparked the creativity of countless writers, artist and heads of state. Now it’s easy to enhance your visit to Niagara Falls State Park with these educational discount packages for schools.
SAVE 25%-36% off with these educational packages.
Experience a larger-than-life field trip with your students Niagara – Legends of Adventure Movie
Discover the story behind the thunder! (presented in large format film) Large Format Films are designed to educate and enlighten as much as they are to entertain. They offer educators a powerful teaching tool that is easily integrated into existing curriculum. Be there as this spectacular film takes you back to the days when First Nation peoples worshipped the thunder spirits, and when the first European encountered this wild wonder of nature. Meet the daredevils who challenged the fury of the Falls, from the Great Blondin, who completed a death-defying tightrope walk over the river in 1860, to Annie Taylor, a 63-year-old schoolteacher, who became the first person to go over the Falls in a barrel and live to tell the tale.
Click here to download the Teacher’s Guide (activities that support NY State cross curricular connections: Social Studies – NY History and Geography)
Affordable Student Group Rates
Contact us for special student group rates.
Complimentary tickets are given, 1 for every ten students k-12 attending the show for chaperones’ use.
To reserve your seats contact Group Sales: Fax – (716) 278-5043 Toll-free (877) 239-3237 firstname.lastname@example.org