Rainbow Air Helicopter Tours is locally owned and operated in Niagara Falls, New York, USA, offering scenic helicopter tours of Niagara Falls and the surrounding areas.
Niagara Falls Attractions
Niagara Falls Attractions are time tested and plenty of fun for couples, families, and corporate events. Looking for fun things to do in Niagara Falls, see the attractions below and start your Niagara Falls Vacation today.
Taking a cruise along the Niagara River has long been a top-ranking tourist option, allowing new angles for photo opportunities and general sightseeing for Niagara Falls.
Magic has never gone out of fashion – people will always enjoy being spellbound by feats and illusions that seem to defy physics and reality. And good magicians will always be premier entertainment.
Mini-golf has always been a popular family pastime, and a great way to get kids and adults having fun in a competitive setting. Add a full-blown dinosaur theme and you have one of Canada’s largest and most popular outdoor mini-golf attractions.
The Niagara Gorge and the river that rushes through its basin is home to many natural wonders. From the Niagara Falls to the churning waters of Whirlpool State Park and beyond, the gorge is a wild landscape. And the Devils Hole State Park (on the New York, United States side of the river) overlooks much of these rapids, and was originally created because of those same chaotic waters.
Is a helicopter ride on your wish list? If yes, a ride on Niagara Helicopters, providing a unique perspective of Niagara Falls, is highly recommended. You get to experience two thrilling things at one go–the spectacular falls and an exciting aerial trip. Located in on the Canadian side of the border, the helicopter ride is Niagara’s only year-round aerial attraction.
Literally meaning ‘Ten Thousand Buddhas’, the Cham Shan is a Buddhist temple built on a three-acre property on the northern end of Canadian Niagara Falls. Its main feature is a seven-storey building in the Chinese style, making it a striking and unique addition to the township. Its architecture alone makes it a major photo opportunity.
There are a lot of different points from which once can admire Niagara Falls – on both sides of the border. On the United States side of the international line, arguably the best place to get a great vantage point of the Falls is at Prospect Point.