Niagara Falls State Park, New York’s oldest park, was opened in 1885. It is home to three impressive waterfalls as well as five islands on the Niagara River. The park encompasses 400 acres and includes nature trails and biking trails, picnic areas, and scenic photo-ops.
Since 1846, the Maid of the Mist has been operating the longest-running boat tour of the Falls. It is also the most visited attraction at Niagara Falls State Park. Tourists set out on a double-decker boat in the river to Niagara Gorge starting at the base of the Observation tower.
Castellani Art Museum was established by the Castellani Family in 1976 to promote the appreciation and study of art at Niagara University. More than 5,600 works are part of the permanent collection, which spans the entire period from the 1850s through the present.
The Aquarium of Niagara, a public non-profit aquarium, is dedicated to education and conservation of marine life. It was originally privately owned, and it was founded in 1965 by a group chemists and scientists.
Clifton Hill, a laidback and lively place on the Canadian side is another great spot to visit. There are many attractions, arcades and restaurants along the promenade. The vibrant tourist area is also known for its rich nightlife and entertainment options.
Prospect Point is just a stone’s throw from another of the city’s most iconic viewpoints, the Cave of the Winds. Although you’re almost guaranteed to get wet, the boardwalks at Bridal Veil Falls provide some of the most spectacular views of the falls from close up
Old Fort Niagara is a must-see. It offers a fascinating look at what once was one of the most controversial sites on the continent. It is a strategic and scenic spot overlooking Lake Ontario at the Niagara River’s entrance.