Things To Do

Niagara Region

Things to do near Niagara's Lazy Lakes

Old Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also features picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.


Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.


Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.


Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.


Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 


Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.


Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.


Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 


Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.


Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.Old Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also features picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.Old Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also featureOld Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also features picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.s picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.

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Old Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also features picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.Old Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also features picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.Old Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also featureOld Fort Niagara boasts three centuries of history. Constructed by the French in 1726, Fort Niagara’s original stone buildings have been preserved to look as they did before the American Revolution. This popular tourist attraction, which also features picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.s picnic and swimming facilities, is open year round and is easily reached by following the Robert Moses Parkway north to the Village Youngstown.

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine is supervised by the Barnabite Fathers. The Shrine features a 15-acre outdoor cathedral, more than 90 life-size marble statues of Saints, a giant rosary and a dome of the world, topped by a 13 foot granite statue. It is open year round and is illuminated at night.

Niagara Power Project Visitor Center is located within the Town of Lewiston. This facility is popular with area educational facilities as a learning tool, as well as being a favorite with tourists. The visitor center includes an animated power plant, terrain maps, transmission line models, slides and motion pictures.

Lewiston Historical Museum is located on the corner of Niagara and Plain Streets, in the Village of Lewiston. Open from June 1 to September 1, it depicts the rich history of this area.

Aquarium of Niagara Falls has more than forty exhibits which showcase over 1,500 aquatic animals from around the globe. The daily schedule includes penguin feedings, sessions with the California sea lions and shark feedings. 

Schoellkoph Geological Museum, the New York State’s muti-media museum, explains the 500-million year geological history of the Falls. Accessible by walkway across from Aquarium.

Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls, USA offers all types of gaming, great entertainment and the best of casual and fine dining.

Lockport Cave & Underground Boat Ride is full of "history and mystery." The historical significance of the Erie Canal and manufacturing industry to the spectacular scenery make this a "must do." 

Lockport Locks & Erie Canal Cruises will take you past beautiful historic buildings on the famous Erie Canal. Besides taking a historic canal cruise, you might wish to visit the Canal Side Emporium which offers dining, gift shop and banquet facility.

U.S.A.

Seneca Niagara Casino15 minutes
Niagara Falls15 minutes

Bridal Falls

15 minutes

Niagara River

10 minutes

Lake Ontario (Salmon Fishing)

10 minutes

Niagara Air Tours

15 minutes

Old Fort Niagara

20 minutes

Historic Lewiston

10 minutes

Artpark

10 minutes

Our Lady of Fatima Shrine10 minutes
Aquarium of Niagara Falls15 minutes
Maid of the Mist Boat Tour15 minutes
Cave of the Winds20 minutes
Lockport Caves15 minutes
Lockport Canal Tours15 minutes
Canada
Niagara Falls15 minutes
Horseshoe Falls15 minutes
Casino Niagara15 minutes
Lake Ontario10 minutes
Niagara on the Lake30 minutes
Clifton Hill Amusement Area15 minutes
Skylon Tower20 minutes
Fort Erie30 minutes
Toronto75 minutes

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Niagara Attractions

U.S.A.

  • Seneca Niagara Casino
  • Niagara Falls
  • Bridal Falls
  • Niagara River
  • Lake Ontario (Salmon Fishing)
  • Niagara Air Tours
  • Old Fort Niagara
  • Historic Lewiston
  • Artpark
  • Our Lady of Fatima Shrine
  • Aquarium of Niagara Falls
  • Maid of the Mist Boat Tour
  • Cave of the Winds
  • Lockport Caves
  • Lockport Canal Tours
Canada

  • Niagara Falls
  • Horseshoe Falls
  • Casino Niagara
  • Lake Ontario
  • Niagara on the Lake
  • Clifton Hill Amusement Area
  • Skylon Tower
  • Fort Erie
  • Toronto