Clifton Hill War Memorial, Niagara Falls

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Monument · Hidden Gem · Landmark
Take a few minutes out of your trip to Niagara Falls to visit Clifton Hill War Memorial. The statue of a soldier on a high plinth was unveiled in 1927 as a tribute to men of Niagara Falls who fell in World War I. Next to their names, inscribed on the side of the cenotaph, more names of the fallen soldiers were added after World War II and the Korean War. If you visit in November after the Remembrance Day, you'll find the base of the memorial lined with wreaths. Using our international travel planner, Niagara Falls attractions like Clifton Hill War Memorial can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Situated in Queen Victoria Park, this beautiful tribute deserves admiration. Really it's a beautiful memorial to many of Canada's heroes and is well worth a visit.  more »
  • A nice war memorial, that is well worth taking a few minutes out of your trip. We must never forget the fallen.  more »
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