Niagara Falls State Park

Moving Water

When they were handing out views, Niagara Falls was first in line. This wonder of the natural world has been astounding visitors for centuries. In fact, this masterwork of glaciers plunges more than 3,160 tons of water per second over its famed precipice.

But Niagara Falls isn’t just something to appreciate from a distance. Here, you can feel the falls. In fact, one can actually touch the waters that explode off the falls on the Cave of the Winds tour.

Stretching out over 400 acres, millions of people visit Niagara Falls State Park each year. Are you ready to see it for yourself? Niagara Falls is now streaming.

Cave of the Winds

Yes, you can reach out and touch the water coming off Niagara Falls.

Maid of the Mist

Take a world-famous boat ride to the base of two waterfalls.

Aquarium of Niagara

From penguins to sharks to sea lions, see a wide variety of ocean life up close.

Niagara Falls State Park

No tourist trap, the natural Niagara Falls delivers 435 acres of lush parkland to explore.

Adventure Theater

Learn the fascinating backstory of how Niagara Falls came to be.

Scenic Trolley

Enjoy a charming ride that will take you to all the Niagara Falls highlights.

Popular Activities

Awe-inspiring and unforgettable, this is the full Falls experience.

Woman giving a tour in Niagara Falls


Grab your camera and get ready to snap some selfies for all time.

Group hiking Niagara Falls


From White Water Walk to Devil’s Hole and Whirlpool Trail, you’ve found hiking gold.

Men looking at the falls in Niagara Falls


When you hit these trails, you’ll enjoy views that are out of this world.

Scenic view of Niagara Falls


Start casting – the Niagara River is home to rainbow trout, walleye, and bass, among others.


Once you see this world, you’re never quite the same.

Visit Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls has been waiting 12,000 years for you to visit. Isn’t it time you saw it for yourself?