From the Niagara Falls Reporter:
Niagara Falls has done it again, coming in at Number One on another list. And this list has nothing to do with the nation’s most dangerous cities, overtaxed municipalities or unwanted teen pregnancies, either!
Last week the readers of USA Today voted the Cataract City as the “Best Kid-Friendly Destination” in the country. The newspaper’s reasoning of the choice was scant, as is typical of USA Today.
“Only a handful of votes separated our winner from the runner up, but in the end, Niagara Falls, N.Y. came out on top,” the entry read. “Families flock to this northeastern city to experience the awe-inducing grandeur of this natural wonder, whether aboard the Maid of the Mist or from the Cave of the Winds. Aside from the cascades, Niagara is packed with other family-centric attractions.”
Nik Wallenda will be practicing for his big walk in an area by the Seneca Niagara Casino. He has already had one session, and many outlets have reported on it:
The Travel Tips section of the USA Today web site has information on Museums in Niagara Falls, Ontario:
Niagara Falls, Ontario is a tourist destination for its main attraction, the world-famous Falls, which stand at 177 feet high on the Canadian side, and carry nine times more water than the U.S. Niagara counterpart, according to Niagara Falls official city website. Once visitors are finished absorbing the sights and sounds of the scenic Falls, there are plenty of other nearby attractions. Museums in Niagara Falls offers visitors extra entertainment, as well as some background information on the local area.
From USA Today (including a picture):
“I had no idea how beautiful they were,” the photographer, Abby Stanglin, says of the Niagara Falls. “I really want to go back, when there isn’t 10 feet of snow!”