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NYC to Niagara,Activities&events on Independence Day in Niagara Falls

  1. By kevin
  2. On Jul 5, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

A trip from NYC to Niagara Falls USA is about water,water and more water but there is so much more to see and do when you visit Niagara Falls and the surrounding region.We talk about the activities&events on Independence Day in Niagara Falls in this paper.You will want to stay for days!Learn more about all the great attractions,hiking trails,restaurants,wineries,shopping,hotels and more with our guide.

Skylon Tower

The Skylon Tower is a great choice for mom because you can take her to lunch at the“Summit Suite Buffet”,dinner at the famous revolving Dining Room.or simply just to take in a view from 775 feet above the Niagara Falls on the Observation Deck.

Go For A Hike/Bike Ride

Niagara is well-known for natural adventure with hiking the Niagara Glen,or taking a bike ride along the newly enhanced Niagara River Recreation Trail!The Niagara Parks also offers daily guided hiking tours that leave from the Niagara Glen Nature Centre from 11 am–2 pm during the Spring and Summer.

NYC to Niagara,Activities&events on Independence Day in Niagara Falls

Dufferin Islands

Dufferin Islands is a gorgeous park located just minutes from the Horseshoe Falls.It’s the perfect spot to treat mom to a picnic,for children to feed the geese or for a family walk and picture opportunity.It features 10 acres of paradise with several islands connected by bridges and pathways.She will love the scenery,peace and serenity that this hideaway spot will bring.

Butterfly Conservatory

Located on the grounds of the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens,it’s just 10 minutes north of Niagara Falls.The Butterfly Conservatory features over 2000 tropical butterflies that float freely among exotic blossoms and greenery.The paths wind through a tropical environment including gorgeous waterfalls and colorful scenery.It is a self-guided tour and mom will love the peacefulness and tranquility that the building provides.