Attractions (Free)

Stella Niagara Preserve is one of Niagara region’s most ecologically and historically important places in US

The Stella Niagara Preserve is the most ambitious and high profile project in the Land Conservancy’s history. The preserve is located on the Niagara River along Lower River Road in the Town of Lewiston just north of Niagara Falls, and sits across from the Stella Niagara Education Park and Center of Renewal. With 29-acres and over a quarter-mile of shoreline, it is the largest privately-owned, undeveloped tract of land along … Read more »

Chippawa Battlefield Park (FREE) – The longest and bloodiest military operation of the War of 1812

The Battle of Chippawa was the first battle that marked the start of one of the longest battles of the war of 1812. On July 3rd, 1814, American forces crossed the Niagara River from Buffalo to take Fort Erie marking the beginning of the Niagara Campaign of the war of 1812. Of the 4000 British, Canadian, and Native forces who bravely fought in the Battle of Chippawa, over 800 lay … Read more »

Niagara-On-The-Lake Wine Tastings (FREE)

Niagara-On-The-Lake Wineries FREE Wine Tastings Most of the many wineries in the Niagara-On-The-Lake region offer free tastings, so visiting the Niagara region wineries is our next free fun thing to do in Niagara Falls. The wineries are located along scenic vineyards, providing a nice change of scenery from the Falls. The wines are fairly good and you’ll certainly be tempted to purchase some, so these visits may not be completely free … Read more »

USA Niagara Falls State Park (FREE): There’s no closer place to feel Niagara’s flow!

Niagara Falls State Park Vacation Get Closer to Niagara! A North American natural wonder, Niagara Falls flows with scenic might through Niagara Falls State Park. And just beyond its waterfall vistas, Niagara is filled with splendid discoveries and fantastic attractions. Pictures are great, but getting close enough to touch Niagara Falls inspires genuine awe. Millions of gallons of water rocket over Niagara Falls every minute – about 750,000 gallons each … Read more »