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.

Hornblower Niagara Cruises

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.

Niagara Parkway

The Niagara Parkway is a popular route for people travelling along the Canadian side of the Niagara River. Located in the province of Ontario, the road offers picturesque delights along a wide expanse from the town of Fort Erie to the breath-taking Niagara Falls, all the way up to Fort George at Niagara-on-the-Lake.

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.

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.

Cham Shan Buddhist Temple

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.

Prospect Point

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.

Niagara Gorge

Along the US-Canadian border in New York and Ontario lies the Niagara Gorge, an 11 km long gorge carved by the Niagara River. The gorge came into formation over the course of the last 12,000 years. It begins at the foot of the Niagara Falls and ends at the Niagara escarpment near Queenston, Ontario.

Heartland Forest

Spread over 93 acres of land in Niagara Falls, Ontario is the natural attraction of Heartland Forest Nature Experience. It is home to a Carolinian forest, trails, ponds, several species of trees, plants, amphibians, birds and more.