Tag: Attractions

    Niagara Falls continues to grow as tourist destination

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    From Buffalo Business First (sometimes the article shows up free, sometimes you need a paid subscription):

    On a sunny spring afternoon, Asian tourists climbed off a bus in the Fallsview District of Niagara Falls and made their way toward the iconic waterfalls, many with cameras in hand.

    Those who didn’t immediately head to a nearby overview were busy taking selfies near the Fallsview Casino.

    Those 40 tourists are symbolic of the more than 14 million people a year who visit Niagara Falls, Ontario. They come not only for the dramatic views but for a growing list of attractions.

    WonderFalls Pass on sale for Niagara residents

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Niagara residents were able to start purchasing their WonderFalls Pass Wednesday, which allows them to visit 10 Niagara Falls attractions for $10 per person or $30 per family.

    Family passes are good for up to six people.

    The initiative, now in its third year, was created by Coun. Victor Pietrangelo, and complements the annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap fundraiser.

    Last Chance to Splash this Summer! 7 Day Waterpark Sale

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    Earlier this week I received the latest email newsletter from the Falls Avenue Resort. Read More…

    Brutus Beefcake enjoying his time in Niagara Falls

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    One of the most beloved superstars in wrestling history enjoyed a nice and relaxing weekend in Niagara Falls.

    Brutus (The Barber) Beefcake was in town to attend the Falls View Hose Brigade’s two-day pop culture trivia night.

    The event began with an evening that was open to the public Friday, and concluded with an evening just for members of the Dunn Street club Saturday.

    But in between asking and answering trivia questions, the man known for his steel shears and unique outfits as one of the sports-entertainment’s most memorable characters throughout the 1980s and ’90s, took in some of the city’s attractions.

    “There’s lots of restaurants and cool stuff to do, and chill out and relax,” said Beefcake.

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