From the Buffalo News:
Niagara Falls tourism officials customarily say that their city draws 8 million visitors a year, but a new study may show the figure may be larger than that.
A consultant estimates 7.3 million Americans visited Niagara Falls last year. Longwoods International is still working on numbers for Canadian and other foreign tourists, said John H. Percy Jr., president of Destination Niagara.
One thought on “Niagara Falls may have more visitors than it thought”
I have heard upwards of 11 million in the early 2000s. This seems low to me. They might just be counting over-niters. And everyone goes by the the Maid’s numbers because they are public and put a percentage on that that go on the Maid visit their venue.