Niagara Falls

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Maid of the Mist
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The main reason to visit Niagara Falls is to see the falls and one of the most memorable ways to do just that is to sport a poncho and hop on a Maid of the Mist boat — U.S. News & World Report
Niagara Falls
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As it crashes down a high cliff halfway between Lakes Erie and Ontario, the Niagara River creates incredible falls, which are among the world's leading tourist attractions — Michelin Guide
Niagara Falls State Park
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The park provides something of a refuge from nearby hotels and thick crowds. Prospect Point affords a bird's-eye view of American Falls, and a glass elevator descends to its craggy base. — Michelin Guide
White Water Walk
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If you're looking to view the falls from a more natural setting than the Maid of the Mist or the Journey Behind the Falls, spend an hour or two stretching your legs on the White Water Walk — U.S. News & World Report
Whirlpool Aero Car
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In operation since 1916, this antique cable car crosses the Whirlpool Basin in the Niagara Gorge — Fodor's
Fort George National Historic Site of Canada
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On a wide stretch of parkland south of town sits this fort that was built in the 1790s but lost to the Yankees during the War of 1812. — Fodor's
Niagara Glen Nature Areas
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A trail leads down the cliff to the edge of the fast-flowing water (15min down, 30min up). — Michelin Guide
Botanical Gardens
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Maintained by students of the Niagara Parks School of Horticulture, the rose garden is particularly lovely in early June — Michelin Guide
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Even the most contemptuous observer will be mesmerized as the falls change from red to purple to blue to green to white, and finally all the colors of the rainbow in harmony. — Fodor's
Niagara Fallsview Casino
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— U.S. News & World Report
Clifton Hill
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For kids the entertainment is endless—especially kids who enjoy arcade games—and the SkyWheel is interesting for all ages. — Fodor's
Journey Behind the Falls
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— Fodor's
Skylon Tower
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Rising 775 feet above the falls, this is the best view of the great Niagara Gorge and the entire city — Fodor's
Laura Secord Homestead
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In 1813 Laura Secord set out from her home in enemy-held Queenston and walked 30km/19mi through the bush to warn the British of a surprise attack planned by the Americans — Michelin Guide
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