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A Vacation Guide to Niagara Falls and the Mighty Niagara Region


Many youngsters as well as sweethearts have traveled the familiar path to the great state of New York to visit Niagara Falls and its many wondrous regions! It was during the early 18th century when Niagara Falls first gained its tremendous reputation as a place for tourism and for marriages. This reputation remains stronger than ever today! Each special region of Niagara contains an endearing and adventurous spirit which surpasses all other tourist destinations. Let's journey through the many regions of Niagara!

The Falls Region boasts the Niagara Aquarium where you can visit the sea lions, penguins, shark tank and more within the walls of a fun, family setting. Within walking distance of the Aquarium is an entire weekends worth of fun! Just down the street is the famous Hard Rock Café, the Niagara Scuba Center, the Haunted House, Rainbow Helicopter Tours, an all seasons snow park and the famous Seneca Niagara Casino for some after-hours fun! If you choose to venture out a bit, the surrounding Niagara Regions are packed with a wealth of history and excitement!

The River Region is home to many intellectual and historical landmarks. It is here where you can visit Artpark and see one of its many free concerts. You could spend an entire day and evening here, visiting historic Lewiston. There are lovely restaurants and take-out places where you could enjoy your lunch on the banks of the scenic Niagara River. While you are there, you can watch the Whirlpool Jet tours speeding down the river, dodging the whirlpools. If you are adventurous enough, you could go for a ride on one of the breathtaking boats! You can also visit Old Fort Niagara and Niagara Universities Castellani Art Museum and Theater if you are interested in the Arts and history of the region. There is always something special happening in Niagara!

The Lake Region and the Canal Region boast many wonderfully lively wine tasting trails and tours for a relaxing afternoon. There are also, many theaters around the Tonawanda and Lockport areas including: The Ghostlight Theatre, the Historic Palace Theatre and the Historic Riviera Theatre. If you are in the Lockport district you won't want to miss out on the local history which is rich and vibrant. Your family could take part in the Lockport Cave and Underground boat ride, the Erie Canal cruises and the Erie Canal museum. Your imagination is the limit when visiting the mighty Niagara!


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Sep 22, 2010 4:45am
Ernie
The Niagra Aquarium Would Be A lot of fun! I could easily spend all day there.
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