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Niagara Falls is the collective name for three massive waterfalls — Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls — that border Ontario, Canada and New York State. It's one of the most breathtaking sites in North America and its romance factor ranks high as a very popular spot for honeymooning couples.
The Three Falls:
Niagara's Falls are located on both the American and Canadian side of Niagara. Travel to both regions and get the best view of each. From smallest to largest — Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls all offer sights of wonderment for you to enjoy. However, the best view of the Falls is seen from the Canadian side. Tour Niagara Falls for the ultimate view of a lifetime.
Known the world over, the power and beauty of Niagara Falls is only 20 minutes away along the scenic Niagara River Parkway. The best time to visit Niagara Falls is any time of year, the splendor will dazzle you.
In summer, take a journey behind the falls or feel the power of the water from the Maid of the Mist as 168,000 cubic meters (6 million cubic ft) of water crash over the falls every minute during peak daytime tourist hours! In winter, marvel at the crystal beauty as the mist rises from the falls, encasing everything in ice. On a sunny day, it is as if the trees and fences are made of a thousand crystals as the sun light dances on the surface.
Visit Niagara Falls and experience these Niagara Falls attractions:
Maid of the Mist Tour
Ride into Niagara Falls mist on the world-famous adventure of a lifetime! A historical symbol as North America's oldest tourist attraction, Maid of the Mist has thrilled millions of visitors since 1846.
Journey Behind the Falls
Watch the thunderous walls of Horseshoe Falls tumble from 13 stories above on this tour.
Walk on White Water
Take a walk along a boardwalk at the very edge of one of the world's wildest stretches of whitewater. You will feel the power and beauty of nature and see how the deep and narrow Great Gorge was created.