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.

Niagara Falls State Park NY USA

Niagara Falls is a geological wonder, in both its power and scope – a sight that has taken thousands of years to develop. It might come to no surprise that the falls themselves are under the protection of both the USA and Canada as a natural landmark.

Niagara Gorge White Water Walk

Open late March until late November (weather dependent).
You'll get a close-up view of one of the wildest stretches of whitewater in the world.
For more information visit: White Water Walk

Greg Frewin Theatre Magic Show

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.

Clifton Hill

Clifton Hill is located one block from the Falls, enjoy over 35 of Niagara Falls attractions and restaurants. Clifton Hill offers an array of attractions, resort hotels, restaurants, shops and nightclubs.
For more information visit: Clifton Hill.

Cave of the Winds

Goat Island is the main hub on the New York side of Niagara for tourist activity. It is the landmass that splits the Niagara River into the two largest separate waterfalls of Niagara, and hosts a variety of activities and amenities for visiting sightseers.

Rainbow Air Helicopter Tours of Niagara Falls

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's Fury

The Niagara Falls are a massive and awe-inspiring geological display – one that took tens of thousands of years, stretching back to the Ice Age, to develop into what is seen and admired by locals and countless tourists.

Niagara Falls Butterfly Conservatory

The Butterfly conservatory houses approximately 2,000 live free-flying butterflies of about 45 different species.
For more information visit: Butterfly Conservatory