Tag: Niagara Falls Attractions

    Top Winter Specials for Niagara Falls Hotels!

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    Last week I received the latest email newsletter from the Clifton Hill Resort.

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    You can subscribe to the Clifton Hill Resort Update newsletter by visiting the Clifton Hill Newsletter page.

    Niagara USA recreates ‘Niagara’ in anniversary package

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    Niagara Frontier Publications has an article about celebrating the 60th anniversary of the movie “Niagara. Through May 2013, you have the opportunity to celebrate the movie, starring Marilyn Monroe, by experiencing some of the best Niagara Falls attractions from the film.

    The Niagara Tourism & Convention Corp has created a package that includes some of the best Niagara Falls attractions seen in the iconic movie.

    People mover deal needs more time

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    It will take at least two more meetings for the city and Niagara Parks Commission to work out a deal to jointly run a people mover bus system that will shuttle tourists among Niagara Falls attractions, commission chairwoman Fay Booker says.

    “We have a draft agreement in front of us we’re working on,” Booker said Friday after meeting with Mayor Ted Salci.

    They were trying to finalize an agreement in principle they reached in June to run a bus system on roads owned by the parks commission in Queen Victoria Park and on city-owned streets like Clifton Hill and Fallsview Boulevard.

    “We’re really hoping by early August,” Booker said when asked how long it might take to finalize the rest of the details.

    Niagara Falls Attractions Offer Excitement at Every Turn

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    From a PR Newswire press release seen at Yahoo! Finance:

    Along with summer’s warmer, longer days and clear blue skies comes the opportunity to experience Niagara Falls State Park in all her glory. Be a part of history with us as July 15, 2010 marks Niagara Falls State Park’s 125th Anniversary! With attractions open for the season, including Cave of the Winds, Maid of the Mist and the Niagara Gorge Discover Center, now is the perfect time to discover the power of the park’s legendary Falls.

    Niagara Falls Accommodations Feature New Fall Getaway Packages on Fallsview Boulevard

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    From a PR Web press release seen at Hospitality NET:

    An array of Niagara Falls accommodations — all within walking distance of the Falls — have made the destination’s mild fall weather even more enticing with affordable Fall Getaway Packages at www.FallsviewBoulevard.com.

    Just steps from the mighty Falls, IMAX Theatre, indoor waterparks, and Fallsview Casino, hotels including the Ramada Plaza Fallsview Hotel and the Oakes Hotel Overlooking the Falls offer escapes for families and couples alike — starting at just $99.

    “Hotel amenities and a range of indoor Niagara Falls attractions guarantee a thrilling experience whatever the weather. Evening Niagara entertainment is also easy to find, with the Stay n’ Play packages at the Rainbow Motor Inn, Fallsview Inn’s Casino Token Package and the popular Embassy Suites Fallsview Las Vegas Magic Show Package.” said Sue McDowell, Executive Director of the Fallsview Business Improvement Area.

    Niagara Falls attractions that won’t leave you over a barrel

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    From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:

    Thomas Barnett opened the first museum in Niagara Falls, a concatenation of “natural and artificial curiosities” that drew in the tourists.

    It also attracted the envy and competition of Saul Davis, a ne’er-do-well who entered into a competition that ended in gunfire, a death and Davis ultimately buying up the Barnett property.

    We can’t promise you a gunfight when you visit Clifton Hill, but the spirit of the hard-sell and the way-out and the look-at-that is a going thing in the Capital of Kitsch.

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