Niagara Falls State Park

With five islands and three spectacular waterfalls on the Niagara River. Niagara Falls State Park is the oldest state park in New York. It was established in 1885.

Niagara Gorge Trail

The 6.2-mile-long Rim Trail, which runs from south to north along the upper edge of the gorge, provides a variety of breath-taking vistas.

Maid of the Mist

The Niagara Falls State Park's most visited attraction. Since its inception in 1846, the Maid of the Mist has been offering boat tours of the falls.

Goat Island's Cave of Winds

Behind Bridal Veil Falls near the Niagara Falls, there existed a natural cave called The Cave of the Winds. About 130 feet high, 100 feet broad, and 30 feet deep, the cave.

Niagara Falls Observation Tower

The only viewpoint that encompasses all three Niagara Falls, including American Falls. Another  activity at the Niagara Falls Observation Tower is bird watching.

Aquarium of Niagara

More than 200 different aquatic animal species, along with 30 educational displays. Sea lion shows, harbour seal shows, and penguin feedings are some of the aquarium's shows.

Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls USA

Modern shopping centre includes restaurants, cafés, and outlet stores from well-known brands.

Three Sisters Islands

The Three Sisters Islands are situated near Niagara Falls. Goat Island and the Three Sisters Islands are connected by three antique walking bridges.

Clifton Hill

Clifton Hill is referred as "the street of fun" since it houses a variety of thrilling activities, themed eateries, and reasonably priced lodging options.