What special things are there to do at Niagara?
7 Must-Do Niagara Falls Activities and Experiences
How many days do you need to visit Niagara Falls?
Two nights is the minimum trip length we recommend in order to see a good deal of the Falls, as well as explore a couple other attractions the area has to offer. Keep in mind, there are many great restaurants you may want to eat at, some of which offer epic views of the Falls.
What can you do in Niagara Falls for free?
Free Things to Do in Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is very commercialised, but well worth a trip, and three days sounds just right. A trip on the Maid of the Mist is essential, to experience the force and beauty of the water. All other attractions- Behind the Falls, The Boardwalk and Spanish Cable Car- are also worth doing, although not as exciting.
Niagara Falls is one of those destinations that is truly worth the hype. Niagara Falls isn't just an American icon, it's an international one, stretching in a wide arc across the U.S. and Canadian border. Many people wonder whether it's worth visiting both sides, and we say absolutely yes.
10 Things to do in Niagara Besides the Falls
The park's pools and creeks are naturally spring-fed by clear and calm waters, and lifeguards are always on duty to make certain swimmers are absolutely safe. The calm waters are perfect for first-time or novice divers or snorkelers, and there is plenty see in the quarry's depths, like fish, lost treasures, and more.
2021 admission price: Journey Behind the Falls is $23.50 for adults, $15.50 for 6 to 12 years. *Canadian funds- taxes included. Children aged 5 and under are free. Typical hours – Open daily 9:00am to 10:00pm during the tourist season.
the Ponchos are free it's a light plastic bag you discard once the tour is done. Also the parking around there is like $13-25 in the hotels close by, try to park at the casino it will cost you btw $3-5, then walk down, to the falls.