Cave of the Winds is my favorite Niagara attraction. It is the closest access to the falls and feels like you are practically under the falls from all the water spraying. No worries! Before entering the Cave of the Winds, visitors are given ponchos and...

Before we visited Safari Niagara, I assumed the Safari was of the traditional kind, with animals wandering about. That is not what Safari Niagara is, but we had an amazing day in a different way. Don’t get me wrong, there were plenty of animals spread...

The vintage-style Niagara Trolley can be taken to and from most of the destinations on the U.S. side of the falls. Parking in all the park lots are a flat rate of $10 per day. The easiest thing is just to park once and then...

The Niagara Aquarium’s goal is to teach about aquatic ecosystems through interesting exhibits and displays. It is not a very large aquarium, but each display serves a purpose. When we arrived we were welcomed with an outdoor demonstration and explanation of Harbor Seals, which...

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