Quiz: How Well Do You Know Niagara Falls Streets?


How well do you know Niagara Falls streets just by looking at the pictures? Take this quiz and find out how you do.
1

What year was this image taken on Clifton Hill?

Check out this image taken on the south side of Clifton Hill. Guess the year.
Choose an answer
1976
1973
1969

Yes! 1973.

This photo was taken by photographer George Burns (1896-1996).
2

Taken in 1955, which Niagara Falls Street is this?

This is still one of Niagara Falls most popular streets, full of bars and shops.
Choose an answer
Victoria Avenue
Main Street
Queen Street

3

Which year was this image taken on the Niagara Parkway?

Aerial view ot the Niagara Parkway with the Oakes Garden Theatre, Horseshoe Falls (top left), Ontario Power Generating Station (top left), Queen Victoria Park (top right),and the Memorial Arch (bottom left).
Choose an answer
1939
1949
1946

Yes! 1949!

On June 18, 1938, at Oakes Garden Theatre, Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King unveiled the Memorial Arch. It was built to commemorate the beautification of the area around Clifton Hill, River Road and the Honeymoon Bridge. The Oakes Garden Theatre was constructed in 1936. This image was taken in 1949.
4

What year was this photo taken, and what tower was this?

Located on Fallsview Blvd., name the year and the tower shown.
Choose an answer
Minolta Tower, 1965
Seagram Tower, 1966
Seagram Tower, 1963

5

Name the Street this photo was taken on in approximately 1889-1891

This is a very old photo along the corner of two busy streets. Name the street you are looking at.
Choose an answer
Main Street
Drummond Road
McLeod Road


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