Take a visit to The Guinness World Record Museum at 4943 Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls for every amazing record breaking fact you’d ever need to know!


Located in Niagara’s entertainment district Clifton Hill, the Guinness World Record Museum is the place to get clued up on all the amazing feats the record holders accomplished in order to get their names in that famous book.

Uncover all the record breaking facts in areas such as Sports, Animals and Buildings. You can also enjoy watching adventures in space, and learning about the crazy food eaters. Encounter life-size models of some of the World’s most extraordinary human beings from Robert Wadlow who stands at an incredible 8 feet 11.1 inches, to the most tattooed woman.

There are a plethora of human achievements to uncover that are displayed throughout the museum across areas such as the arts, literature, entertainment and the natural World. You can all see detailed records of some of the craziest stunts ever to take place with interactive trivia and games for you and your family to take part in.

The Guinness World Record Museum offers true family fun for everyone to enjoy and learn more about some of the World’s greatest achievements. Plus it’s in the heart of all the action in Niagara’s entertainment district, which is perfect for combining other sight seeing adventures or perhaps heading for a meal out with your family afterwards.

The museum is open all year round and entry is $14.99 for adults, $12.99 for seniors/student and $9.99 for children 12 and under. You can also purchase a value pass which will give you considerable discounts on a number of attractions in the area including The Guinness World Record Museum itself.