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Niagara Falls Information
About Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, a city surrounding the iconic waterfalls, has 83,000 residents at the brink of its namesake attraction. The city is located in the province of Ontario and was incorporated in 1903. The self-proclaimed “honeymoon capital of the world” welcomes millions of tourists each year. Niagara Falls was also a significant location during the War of 1812, and there are many landmarks around the city and was visited by Oscar Wilde, author of many works of fiction and drama. Fans of the American television show “The Office” will recognize this as the location where two of the main characters, Jim and Pam, got married. Niagara Falls has also appeared in Superman II, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, the Marilyn Monroe film Niagara, and many more.
Things to do in Niagara Falls
Though it is a typical tourist attraction, the grandeur of Niagara Falls is worth a visit. There are many companies that take visitors on a ship down the Niagara River and close to the falls. Many tours go to both the American and the Canadian sides of the falls, offering a comprehensive view of this stunning natural attraction. Find natural beauty in a different capacity at the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens. Walking paths wind through the gardens, allowing visitors to explore it at their own leisure. Adults and children alike will enjoy the butterfly garden inside. Clifton Hill, an attraction filled with restaurants, rides, and entertainment, is reminiscent of a beach town boardwalk theme park. In the 175-foot-tall Skywheel, visitors can enjoy views of the city skyline and the falls. There are activities appropriate for guests of all ages, so be sure to stop by this colorful destination with your whole family.
Day Trips from Niagara Falls
Toronto, just over an hour from Niagara Falls, is both the most populous city in Canada and the capital city of Ontario. The commercial center of Canada, this major city has a bustling downtown area. Spend a day walking around and you will find upscale eateries, bustling markets, and beautiful architecture. Stately and large, the University of Toronto is reminiscent of the Harry Potter films and can be toured. Pack your passports and drive an hour and a half to Rochester, New York. Both a thriving city and an urban oasis, Rochester features parks, wineries, and golf courses. Finger Lakes Wine Country is a top destination for wine tasting, shopping, and nature exploration. Hamilton, an up-and-coming artistic city, is less than an hour’s drive from Niagara Falls. 19th-century buildings are scattered throughout the city, reminding visitors of its colonial history. Visit the Dundurn Castle to learn more about Hamilton’s origins. This port city is also home to many parks, such as Sam Lawrence Park, which features panoramic views of the city skyline.
Accommodation in Niagara Falls
There are nearly 1,100 vacation rentals available on Tripping.com. Use the map feature to find a property in your preferred location. Many rentals are close to the Niagara River—perfect for your trip to this famous destination.
Transportation in Niagara Falls
Two major airports serve the Niagara Falls area. Niagara Falls International Airport is only six miles away, while Buffalo Niagara International Airport, 26 miles away, offers many domestic flights. Highway 20, 420, and Queen Elizabeth Way run through the city, allowing visitors to drive to Niagara Falls’ many attractions.