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Heavenly weather and a full lineup of events conspire to make June a perfect time to visit Niagara Falls USA. Start planning your trip now!
On the first day of Christmas, Niagara Falls USA gave to us—so many holiday events that we’ll all be brimming with cheer from now until the New Year.
Take a virtual journey to Niagara Falls USA without ever leaving your couch.
With Pride Month celebrated every year in June, Niagara Falls is feeling the love. Here’s how to celebrate in this LGBTQ-friendly destination.
No matter when you visit Niagara USA, there are always plenty of things to see and do for the entire family!
Looking for something to do to celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Wear your green gear and cheers the Irish with these festive celebrations in Niagara USA!
Back in 2001 a very small festival popped up in Olcott Beach along Lake Ontario, less than an hour's drive from Buffalo and Rochester: the first Niagara Celtic Festival.
Live music will be provided by The Rod Nickson Project and local DJ Pat Proctor (Premier Sound), will be spinning tunes in the courtyard.
Tucked away in an unassuming corner of Niagara USA's rolling countryside is a building that contains creatures and artifacts that tell the story of the people and places that made this part of Western New York the culturally-rich destination that it is.
Nothing stimulates the mind like Zak Ward performing live acoustic music in a relaxed atmosphere. Recently, I caught his performance at Wine on Third in Niagara Falls.
Niagara USA has deep roots in Irish ancestry, dating back to the 1800s. Residents are proud of their heritage and they love to show it on St. Patrick's Day. Whether a local or visiting Niagara USA on St. Patrick's Day, be sure to get in on the fun this year.
Celebrate winter winding down and spring being just around the corner, with the annual "SEAsonings - The Original Taste of Niagara," a delicious event at the Aquarium of Niagara (701 Whirlpool St., Niagara Falls, N.Y. 14303).
Men and women will test their strength this weekend, at the 2014 Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival, in Olcott Beach, N.Y. Individuals, male and female, are real athletes and train year round.
With the recent mention in The New York Times as part of the '52 Places to Go in 2014,' The Griffon Pub & Restaurant (2470 Military Rd., Niagara Falls, NY) was a must on my to-do list.