Powerful Currents


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.


Top Attractions

Yes, you can reach out and touch the water coming off Niagara Falls. The Cave of the Winds viewing area gets visitors as close to the falls you can get without falling in! Visit the World Changed Here Pavilion afterwards to learn more about the park.

Must-Do Activity

Take a world-famous boat ride to the base of two majestic waterfalls. Maid of the Mist boat tours are a highlight of any trip to Niagara Falls State Park and must-do for any first-time visitors.

Off the Beaten Path

From White Water Walk to Devil’s Hole and Whirlpool Trail, you've found hiking gold. Discover a variety of scenic trails for all skill levels in nearby State Parks including Whirlpool State Park and Devil's Hole State Park.

Insider's Tip

Sprawled across more than 400 acres, Niagara Falls State Park offers visitors plenty to explore. The easiest and most eco-friendly way to get around? The Niagara Scenic Trolley makes a loop around the park every 30 minutes and your trolley ticket is valid all day. Hop on and off at your own convenience—you'll even learn a thing or two from the knowledgeable guides.

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