City of Niagara Falls

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Niagara Falls State Park

• Each year, 8 million people visit the Frederick Law Olmsted designed park, to experience the majesty of Niagara Falls in a natural setting. At the oldest state park in the United States, people can feel, see and experience the rush of Niagara’s waters by strolling through the park, crossing idyllic bridges, or touring world class attractions like the Maid of the Mist and Cave of the Winds.

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Niagara-USA Official Visitor Center

In a region with so much to offer, it's often difficult to determine where to begin your Niagara USA adventure. Located in the heart of the Downtown Niagara Falls Tourist District, the Niagara USA Official Visitor Center offers an array of services and information for visitors to Niagara Falls and the Niagara USA region.

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Niagara Arts and Cultural Center

Located in the heart of Niagara Falls, the NACC is home to more than 75 artists and is dedicated to preserving the legacy of the city and its people, as well as, promoting arts and cultural experiences. At the NACC, visitors can learn the incredible story of Niagara’s portage dating from early Native American civilization until the Erie Canal was opened in 1825.

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Whirlpool State Park

This beautiful park sits at the top of the Niagara Gorge and alongside the Niagara River. Named for the extraordinary whirlpool visitors can see, the park offers a playground, picnic tables and pavilions, and hiking along the NYS Gorge Trail.

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Oakwood Cemetery

Oakwood today contains many outstanding examples of funerary art including obelisks, sarcophogi, and beautiful statuary. Additionally, the landscape is lush with mature plantings and trees, many dating from the earliest time of the cemetery.

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DeVeaux Woods State Park

De Veaux Woods State Park has two ball diamonds, a playground, a nature trail, a large meadow area for picnicking and a trail that crosses the Robert Moses Parkway and leads you to Whirlpool State Park to The Robert Moses Recreational Trail.

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U.S. Customhouse

The U.S. Customhouse is the future site for the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Interpretive Center. A few steps from the Whirlpool Bridge, visitors can access the Whirlpool Rapids Gorge Trail leading to the Niagara River. At this location, the Niagara Suspension Bridge was built in 1848, connecting the United States to Canada. Harriet Tubman, leader of the Underground Railroad, crossed the suspension bridge bringing people escaping slavery in the Deep South to freedom in Canada.

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Griffon Park

Griffon Park, located in LaSalle on the Upper Niagara River, commemorates the general location where French explorer Rene-Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle, launched the first sailing ship, Le Griffon, to ply the upper Great Lakes. Visitors can enjoy views of the Upper Niagara River, a boat launch and a playground.

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Niagara Gorge Discovery Center

Experience thousands of years of natural history at the Niagara Gorge Discovery Center, a showcase of the natural and local history of Niagara Falls, the Niagara River and Gorge and the Niagara Escarpment.

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Niagara County Community College Culinary Institute

The Niagara Falls Culinary Institute (NFCI) is a state of the art venue featuring a fine dining restaurant, a Wine Boutique showcasing New York State’s finest selections, a deli and a European style pastry café. Guests can enjoy a fine dining experience at the restaurant Savor where they can savor wine from the Niagara Wine Trail and a selection of meals that feature the seasonal home grown goodness of Western New York.

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Aquarium of Niagara

Aquarium of Niagara

More than 1,500 aquatic animals live at the Niagara Falls aquarium, representing ecosystems ranging from the Great Lakes to coral reefs.

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Maid of the Mist

There is no better way to experience the power and majesty of Niagara Falls than a boat tour on the Maid of the Mist.

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Did you know?

At the current rate of erosion, scientists believe that the Niagara Falls will be gone in around 50000 years, luckily you still have time to see them!


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