Underground Railroad Niagara

Niagara’s Underground Railroad

In the 1800s the Underground Railroad secretly flourished across the eastern side of the United States, helping slaves on their way to freedom. Because of its proximity, the Niagara region of upstate New York provided escaping slaves with the opportunity to cross the border into Canada.

Niagara Falls Print - Framed

Framed Canvas Print of Niagara Falls Painting

Local artist, Anna Kovacevic, has been painting scenic vistas of the majestic Horseshoe Falls for over 25 years in her home town Niagara Falls where her realistic acrylic paintings … [Read More...]


Mackenzie Printery

The Mackenzie Printery Museum covers an era of Printed newspapers for more than 500 years. The Printery has a lot of firsts in Canada;… [read more]

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family fun

The Sky Wheel

The Sky Wheel is Niagara Falls own version of the Millennium Wheel. At 53 meters tall each ride on the Sky Wheel lasts 10… [read more]

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natural attractions

Cave of the Winds

A visit to Niagara Falls would not be the same if one did not take the Cave of the Winds Trip. The journey is… [read more]

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