Niagara Falls trolley service starts today (this past Friday)

From WIVB Channel 4 in Buffalo: The Niagara Falls Trolley will begin service to guests staying in participating Niagara Falls hotels and motels starting today. Metro’s Niagara Falls Trolley buses serve Niagara Falls Boulevard, Pine Avenue, Niagara Falls International Airport and downtown Niagara Falls, USA. Trolley stop signs along the route indicate where riders can…

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Best of Access Niagara – Hornblower Niagara Cruises

This is a continuation of my “Best of Access Niagara” series. This series looks back on popular posts, highly commented posts, my favourite places, etc. The other day I told my kids about the series I was putting together about the best of Niagara Falls, and asked what attraction we’ve been to that I should…

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Wallenda’s wife plans to hang by her teeth from helicopter over Niagara Falls

From the Buffalo News: Five years after her husband walked a tightrope over Niagara Falls, his wife is planning her own teeth-clenching stunt there. To be precise, Erendira Wallenda, a trapeze aerialist, plans to hang by her teeth from a tether connected to a helicopter flying over the Falls, Niagara County officials announced Tuesday night….

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There’s more to Niagara than just the Falls

From Canada.com: In the morning you’re on a catamaran a few feet from the base of the world’s best-known waterfall, with green water the colour of a Chinese vase thundering down from above and enveloping you in a mad, swirling mist. At lunch you’re sipping Cabernet Sauvignon in a posh dining room overlooking ripening vineyards….

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Skywheel re-opens on Clifton Hill

From the Niagara Falls Review: Canada’s largest observation wheel is back in business. The 53-metre-tall Niagara Skywheel re-opened to the public on Thursday after being closed since mid-March due to maintenance work. The court yard kiosk has also been redesigned. Plans are now underway to install independent LED lighting systems in the hub domes of…

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The unofficial start of Summer 2017

As you are probably aware, the two May holiday weekends (Victoria Day weekend in Canada, Memorial Day weekend in the US) marks the unofficial start of the summer tourists season here in Niagara Falls. I haven’t heard or read anything specific about what sort of business levels people are expecting this year, but I would…

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