Contemplating the Falls by day is a place of dreamy, magical and natural splendor, but if we talk about fireworks and illuminations at the Falls is even more supernatural.
NEW LIGHTING OF THE FALLS
If you want to be mesmerized and gaze at the falls without even blinking, then we’re going to tell you that you’re in the right place. Simply visiting the Falls during the day would be enough to hypnotize you and make you forget everything for a few good moments, but if you also have the chance to stay at night and contemplate the illuminations on the falls and watch the fireworks, let me tell you that it will be impossible for you to forget these moments.
FIREWORKS AND ILLUMINATIONS AT THE FALLS
Both the fireworks and the illuminations at the falls have days and hours. The illuminations have a schedule, they are lit every day, but there is a small difference and spectacular broadcast, and is that on special days and especially charitable illuminate for the occasion. The show is served.
The fireworks have their days and hours, there are also symbolic days a year that are admirable to see, in later paragraphs we will talk about their days and hours.
Please note that due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the fireworks have been postponed, but we are very sure they will be back soon and more magical.
THE BEST PLACE TO WATCH THE FIREWORKS
Since fireworks are artifacts that usually discharge in the air, any visible place is usually good, but of course, we are in a very special place and we want to be in the best situation to not lose detail, well, we are going to give you details of the best place to see the fireworks at the falls.
The fireworks are seen directly in front of American Falls, over the spectacular Niagara River, our recommendation and the best advice from the experts is to see the fireworks from Queen Victoria Park, usually the best place and as a small setback, if you travel in high season should go before and look for the best place with a clear view, since half an hour before, is when there is a large stampede of people arriving at the last minute.
Remember, here are some tips for visiting Niagara Falls
NIAGARA FALLS LIGHTING SCHEDULE
The illumination calendar is spectacular, since it occurs as we have written above every day, with the peculiarity that special and beneficial days change to another color, thus leaving the color marked and marked with the day itself.
The year 2016 is the last date in which a major investment has been made, which for 20 years there was none in this regard. The change has been very significant and thrifty with new technologies and LED lights. These new technologies and new lighting with energy-saving LED lights have given way to a wider color gamut and stunning lighting effects.
It should be noted that the lighting of Niagara Falls is funded and operated by the Niagara Falls Lighting Board and has been since 1925.
Now that we know a little more of the history we will see the colors and schedule of the Niagara Falls illumination.
January 1 – January 31 5:00 p.m. – 1 am
February 1 – March 11 5:30 p.m. – 1 am
March 12 – March 18 7:00 p.m. – 1 am
March 19 – March 31 7:00 p.m. – 2 am
April 1 May 14 8:00 p.m. – 2 am
May 15 – May 31 8:30 p.m. – 2 am
June 1 – July 31 8:30 p.m. – 2 am.
August 1 – August 15 8:00 p.m. – 2 am.
August 16 – August 31 7:30 p.m. – 2 am.
September 1 to 19, 7:00 p.m. – 2 am.
September 20 to 30, 6:30 p.m. – 2 am.
October 1 to 15 18:15 – 2 am
October 16 – October 31 6:00 p.m. – 2 am.
November 1 – December 31 4:30 p.m. – 2 am.
Now we will see the colors and the reason for some of them. Purple can be seen on several dates, November 27 Epilepsy Awareness Month, November 28 Sarah Hamby’s birthday bonanza and December 3 International Day of Persons with Disabilities.
The black red on November 28 anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Albania and Albanian Heritage Month. Blue will also be on several occasions, November 30 Stomach Cancer Awareness Day, December 7 World Twin-Twin Transfusion Syndrome Awareness Day and December 10 Human Rights Day.
December 1st blue, yellow and red national day of Romania. The world AIDS day represented by red we see it on December 1 at different time from the national day of Romania. Green, blue and white for December 5 in honor of International Volunteer Day.
Frederic Church’s annual award of red, yellow and orange for December 9. Pink and red for Valentine’s Day on February 14. Green for St. Patrick’s Day on March 17 and Earth Day on April 22. On May 18 Victory Day we will see purple again. On March 28 earth day without illumination the Falls will remain dark for two hours.
As we can see there is a great variety of color and illuminated for the occasion, the illumination of the Falls can vary both to cause charity and even for festivities, these schedules can be consulted in this link: Fireworks and illuminations at the Falls.
NIAGARA FALLS FIREWORKS CALENDAR
As we well wrote to see the fireworks show in Niagara is in Queen Victoria Park on the Canadian side or on the American side Prospect Point.
The fireworks in Niagara are usually on time, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, but also on holidays and previous holidays, given the emergency situation, are not published holiday schedules in which there will be fireworks, at the time they produce changes, we will inform you in our article.