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  • 1 Maid of the Mist Boat Tour Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Maid of the Mist Steamboat Co. Ltd. CDN - Niagara-Falls L2E 2L0

    Launched in 1846, the first Maid of the Mist was a woode-hulled, coal-fired steamboat. Today four all-steel, diesel-powered boasts chug from Niagrara Falls State Park at the base of Prospect Point past American and Bridal Veil falls to bob at the tum..

  • 2 The Falls Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CDN - Niagara Falls L2E 6T2

    The falls can be viewed from the riverbank level, from the water level at the bottom of the cataract and from the summit of various towers constructed especially for viewing purposes.

  • 3 The Walk from Rainbow Bridge to Table Rock Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CDN - Niagara Falls L2E 6T2

    From Rainbow Bridge visitors can wander along the bank beside the river, passing Queen Victoria Park and its beautiful flowers. The American Falls are in view, and it is possible to stand on the brink of Horseshoe Falls at Table Rock. In Table Rock H..

  • 4 Maid of the Mist Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    5920 Niagara-Parkway - accès par River-Rd. CDN - Niagara-Falls L2E 6T2

    This boat trip where visitors are equipped with raincoats and hoods. After passing the American Falls, the boat goes to the foot of the horseshoe cataract, the best spot to appreciate the mighty force of the water.

  • 5 Niagara Parkway (North) Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    CDN - Niagara-Falls L2E 6T2

    Follows the river to its junction with Lake Ontario. Maintained by the Niagara Parks Commission. From the falls the parkway passes under Rainbow Bridge, through a pleasant residential area and past the Whirlpool Bridge.

  • 6 White Water Walk Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    4330 Niagara-Parkway CDN - Niagara-Falls L2E 6T2

    It is here that visitors can see some of the world's most hazardous water thundering, roiling and rising into huge rapids.

  • 7 The Whirlpool Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    3850 Niagara-River-Parkway CDN - Niagara-Falls L2G 0A2

    Crosses the gorge high above the river, with excellent views of the water as it swirls around the whirlpool and the rocky gorge. After another 1.5km/1mi, visitors reach the far side of the whirlpool. Thompson's Point scenic look provides a fine view.

  • 8 Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    Niagara Parkway CDN - Niagara Falls L2E 6T2

    Maintained by students of the Niagara Parks Commission School of Horticulture, which offers a three-year course. The rose garden is particularly lovely in early June. A recent addition to the gardens is the 1,022sq m/11,000sq ft butterfly conservator..

  • 9 Niagara Glen Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Niagara-Parkway CDN - Niagara-Falls L2E 6T2

    There is a view of the river from above. Trails lead to the water's edge (15min to descend, 30min to ascend).

  • 10 Queenston Heights Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    14184 Niagara-Parkway CDN - Niagara-Falls L2E 6S6

    These heights are part of the Niagara Escarpment and were once the location of Niagara Falls. Today they have been made into a pleasant park that provides good views of the river. At the centre of the park stands a monument to Gen. Sir Isaac Brock, t..

  • 11 Laura Secord Homestead

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    29 Queenston St. CDN - Niagara Falls L2E 6T2

    In 1813 Laura Secord set out from her home in enemy-held Queenston and walked 30km/19mi through the bush to warn the British of a surprise attack planned by the Americans. Forewarned, the British won a great victory at the subsequent Battle of Beaver..

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