As one of the natural wonders of the world, the 170-foot waterfall is the main attraction in Niagara Falls. It doesn’t just fall far, it falls fast — the rushing river below creates a light mist and loud roar. Crowds flock to the falls and discover more to explore afterward.
Seeing the rapids makes for a great day trip, but exploring the majestic falls first-hand is much more exciting. Hop onto a Maid of the Mist boat tour to see what Niagara Falls has to offer.
The Aquarium of Niagara and Marineland are great places to explore the marine life in the area. Home to thousands of species of fresh- and salt-water fish, families will be delighted to visit.
Feel the waterfall sits on the line of romantic and cheesy? Instead, wine and dine at the nearby Inniskillin Winery for a delightful date.
The Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens & Butterfly Conservatory is a great way to escape the thunderous falls. For anyone with a green thumb, seeing the natural beauty here is a must.
Niagara Falls is impressive, but ever wonder what’s behind the waterfall? On The Journey Behind the Falls guided tour, get a behind-the-scenes look at the caverns the natural wonder has shaped.