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History buffs can enjoy the many historical sites and museums in the area including Old Fort Niagara and the Power Vista.  If a thrill seeker, take a ride on one of the many Niagara Falls attractions around Clifton Hill including the Niagara SkyWheel, or experience the main attractions in the National Parks to see the Falls up close.  If you want to travel off the beaten path, try hiking the Niagara Gorge Trail between Whirlpool State Park and Devil's Hole State Park, or visit the Bird Kingdom. 
Maid of the Mist Boat Tours
Maid of the Mist Boat Tours
June 26, 2020 to November 03, 2020
Nothing gets you closer to the American and Horseshoe Falls as the world renowned Maid of the Mist boat tours. Ridden by dignitaries and celebrities such as Princess Diana, Marilyn Monroe, former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbechev and Brad Pitt, a visit to the base of the falls is a priority for all who visit the region. For a thrilling thirty minutes you’ll experience the magnitude and magnificence of the Falls thundering down from the water below.
Niagara Gorge Trail
Niagara Gorge Trail
May 12, 2020 to November 12, 2020
The geographic area where the Niagara River traverses north from the falls for 6.8 miles is known as the Niagara Gorge. The Niagara Gorge trails are a hidden gem of the area where you can view the geologic beauty, and most visitors don’t even know these trails exist. Not only are they scenic, but even on the busiest days of the tourist season you will be lucky to encounter more than a just few people. Great place to get exercise, convenient parking at the trail heads, relatively easy terrain, and shaded much of the way.
Old Fort Nigara
Old Fort Nigara
Fort Niagara is the oldest continuously occupied military site in North America, and in 1934 opened as a historic site and public museum. The history of Old Fort Niagara spans more than 300 years, and the fort occupied by three nations: France, Great Britain, and the United States. If visiting, we suggest heading over to Fort Niagara State Park Beach. Great place to picnic on a summer day, and you can see the Toronto skyline across the lake for a great photo opportunity on clear days.
Power Vista
Power Vista
In the mid 1890’s, Nikola Tesla, a brilliant electrical engineer, developed a system of alternating current (AC) which enabled power from Niagara Falls to be transmitted great distances. The Niagara Falls area has several places that memorialize his accomplishments, but none better than the Niagara Power Vista. At the Power Vista, visitors can learn the fascinating history and operations of hydroelectric power in the Niagara Region through interactive, engaging exhibits.
Niagara Skywheel
Niagara Skywheel
Enjoy a once in a lifetime view of Niagara Falls from the top of the Niagara Skywheel. The Skywheel rises 175 above the Falls in glass gondolas.
Bird Kingdom
Bird Kingdom
The Bird Kingdom in Niagara is the world's largest free-flying aviary. There are hundreds of exotic birds, and reptiles in this multilevel animal sanctuary.
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