Take a history and anecdote filled ride through the streets of Niagara Falls, tour via trolley, on foot or on a boat where professional guides can give you an excellent synopsis of the area’s history and current day life.
There is a formal parterre garden on the grounds, as well as shade, herb and vegetable plantings. The world famous rose garden is a sight to behold, featuring over 2,400 roses!
Escape from the falls for an evening of entertainment, cocktails and high rolling! If youâ€™re not afraid to place your bet, youâ€™ll appreciate Casino Niagaraâ€™s 95,000 square foot game room.
Plan a day to experience the Clifton Hill tourist area, located just a block away from the Falls. Atop Clifton Hill, you are sure to discover the fun and excitement that Niagara Falls has to offer!
At Fort Erie, authentically dressed guides in 1812 period costume re-create life in this former British garrison. Fort Erie was also an entry point for freedom-seeking black slaves escaping persecution in the U.S.
Go to the boardwalk at the edge of the Fallsâ€™ whirlpool rapids at Great Gorge Adventure. Located at 4330 River Road, where the Niagara River is at its narrowest point, youâ€™ll be transported to the base of the Niagara Gorge by elevator.
A trip to Niagara Falls would not be complete without a visit to the amazing IMAX Theatre! On one huge 60ft screen youâ€™ll experience the life-like immensity of Niagara Falls, not to mention the incredible roaring effects through 12,000 watts of digital surround sound.
The Journey Behind the Falls Attraction promises to be one of the best Niagara Falls sight-seeing locations
Get a 360 degree view of Niagara Falls and the Niagara River from the top of the Konica Minolta Tower! This amazing structure rises 525 feet from the falls and has an indoor observation deck which sits on the 25th floor.
At Kurtz Orchard and Country Market, youâ€™ll find some of the tastiest home-grown fruits and vegetables as well as homemade delicacies in the Niagara region, ideal for gift giving or entertaining!
In the old city of Stamford, which was amalgamated with Niagara Falls long ago, sits what was once the township hall and the site where battles from the war of 1812 took place, including the battle of Lundyâ€™s Lane.
To get the whole experience of Niagara Falls, taking a ride on the famous Maid-of-the-Mist boats is a must; so make it the top of your itinerary.
Visit a place the whole family will love! Marineland is the largest theme park in Ontario, which also features aquarium and wildlife attractions! Visit Friendship Cove, where killer whales will splash and jump to amazing heights right before your eyes.
Located within walking distance of the Falls, the Niagara Falls Aviary is a special treat for nature lovers. Youâ€™re in for a tropical adventure inside Bird Kingdom, where over 400 birds, some which are rare and even extinct, roam within 50,000 sq foot of indoor rainforest.
In Niagara, wineries can range from large, elaborate winemaking facilities, to small, family run estate operations
Old Fort Erie is located on the shores of Lake Erie and is directly across from Buffalo. This fort was once a very important military post during the War of 1812 and serves as a faithful re-creation of that era.
After experiencing the odd legends and artefacts in this museum, youâ€™ll get to decide for yourself whether you believe it or not! Robert L. Ripley spent a lifetime collecting and documenting the most unusual stories while exploring over 198 countries.
Rossi Glass is the only manufacture of Cranberry Glass in Canada and carries the largest selection found anywhere in the world.
Take an ultra fast 52 second ride in the glass-fronted â€œYellow Bugâ€ elevators to the very top of the Skylon Tower, which stands an astounding 775 feet above the base of the Falls!
Thrillseekers, this is for you! Because of a 4-story, 180 degree movie screen and vivid surround sound, youâ€™ll be able to experience the thrill and exhilaration of various adventure pursuits such as motorcycling and white water rafting.
Get a close up look at ships from around the world on the elevated viewing platform at Lock 3 at Welland Canals. Be sure to get a look inside the interactive center, where youâ€™ll get a fascinating look at the engineering and construction of the canal.
In 1886, artists from Canada were commissioned to paint murals on the sides of buildings throughout the city which depict the historical themes of the region and life on the canal
Do you dare to ride a cable car suspended 250 feet above the swirling waters of the Niagara Falls Gorge and whirlpool?
Take the White Water Walk during your Niagara Falls exploration and see Niagaraâ€™s most famous phenomenon right before your eyes!