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
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
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
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
Niagara Fallsview Casino
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— U.S. News & World Report
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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