Celebrate the majestic beauty of Niagara Falls USA this International Waterfall Day

International Waterfall Day is celebrated every year on 16th June, and all eyes will turn to one of the most iconic and majestic natural wonders – Niagara Falls. This day serves as a reminder of the importance of preserving and appreciating this breathtaking landmark.

Niagara Falls State Park has been captivating visitors with its views of the awe-inspiring spectacle since its establishment in 1885, and holidaymakers can immerse themselves in the majesty of the falls from every conceivable angle.



Astonishing activities include:

  • Maid of the Mist – Board the iconic, all-electric Maid of the Mist to truly experience Niagara Falls. During this boat tour, guests will be able to hear the roar of 600,000 gallons of water crashing down around them every second, whilst getting extremely close to the Falls.
  • Cave of the Winds – Walk along the wooden stairs and pathways to the unbelievable ‘Hurricane Deck’ to be within feet of the crashing Bridal Veil Falls.
  • Fireworks & Illumination of the Falls – Niagara Falls’ nightly illumination transforms the natural wonder into a stunning spectacle for everyone to enjoy, and the free fireworks display every evening at 10pm from 17 May to 14 October 2024 lights up the sky.
  • Observation Tower – The Tower’s Observation Deck extends out over the Niagara Gorge and is the only place in the park to witness panoramic views of all three waterfalls—the Horseshoe, American, and Bridal Veil Falls at the same time. Guests can view the Falls from the top or go to the base of the gorge and climb a series of stairs to the Crow’s Nest, where the views come with complimentary air conditioning and blasts of misty Niagara spray.
  • Rainbow Air Helicopter Tours – Discover Niagara Falls on a Rainbow Air helicopter tour to spot stunning, once in a lifetime views including the mighty Niagara Falls and other popular sites, all from a bird’s eye point of view.

There is an array of spectacular viewing areas within the park. Luna Island, a small area between the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls offers close up views. Terrapin Point is perfect for sights of the thundering Horseshoe Falls, whilst Prospect Point is the prime viewing area for the American Falls and rapids, including the nightly illumination and seasonal fireworks.

Niagara Falls State Park is open year-round, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information about Niagara Falls USA please visit www.niagarafallsusa.com

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