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Queen Victoria Park

Queen Victoria Park is the main parkland located in Niagara Falls, OntarioCanadaopposite the American and Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Established by a Provincial Park Act in 1885 and opened in 1888, the park is operated by the Niagara Parks Commissionand is considered the centerpiece of theNiagara Falls recreational tourist area.

The park is known for its outstanding flower displays of daffodils and roses in-season, with many of the plantings done in a carpet-bedding design. Queen Victoria Park is also the focal point for the annual winter Festival of Lights

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