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Nov. 15, 2018 | Thursday
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WonderFalls Pass available Wednesday for Sleep Cheap participants
A little girl spins a nine-tonne Kugel fountain, one of which is located at the Guiness World Records Museum in Niagara Falls. (Sourced photo)

The annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap event is approaching and with it comes the WonderFalls Pass, which gives Niagara residents the opportunity to visit 10 attractions in Niagara Falls for $10 per person or $30 per family.

This year the pass will give access to Niagara Parks' Journey Behind the Falls and Niagara's Fury, the Skylon Tower, Guinness World Records, The Fun House, Screaming Tunnels Haunted House & Torture Chamber, Big Top Amazing Mirror & Lazer Maze, Bullseye Paintball, as well as 20 tokens (per person) at the Niagara Falls Fun Zone Arcade and the Niagara Falls History Museum.

The passes will be on sale to Niagara residents who are participating in Sleep Cheap and can be purchased from Wednesday (Nov. 1) to Friday (Nov. 17) at the MacBain Community Centre, the Gale Centre, Niagara Falls City Hall, or the Niagara Falls History Museum.

Family passes have a limit of six family members.

Sleep Cheap, which takes place Nov. 12 to 17, lets Niagara residents get affordable rates on hotel rooms in the Falls so they can visit the area without paying tourist prices, while at the same time benefitting local charities. The event is a partnership between the city and its hotels, available exclusively to Niagara residents.

Minimum donations for rooms are the same as last year, starting at $35 per night for a standard room.

The WonderFalls Pass was introduced in 2015 and to date has raised more than $38,000, proceeds going to improving parks and playgrounds in Niagara Falls.

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