2. Experience Niagara’s casino royale.
If you’ve already seen the night views and you’re still wondering what to do in Niagara Falls after dark, it’s time to head over to Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino. This Vegas-vibed, Seneca Nation-inspired colossus is gilded by ornate features, animal iconography and a confetti of lights. There’s a candy shop of gaming options too: 95 poker tables and 3,100 slot machines to try your hand at, whether you’ve set a $25 limit for yourself or are going for gold.
3. Dine out, whatever your style.
The Niagara Falls USA region is kissed by some of America’s most fertile farmland, so it’s little wonder the dining scene offers such a gorgeous smorgasbord of flavors. For a night out with romance, razzmatazz or a little edge, the region offers foodie finds for every appetite and ambiance. Want a peek at the menu? How about haute cuisine like plum roasted pork loin at the Red Coach Inn, jumbo day boat scallops from the Seneca’s Western Door or burgers so legendary they’re trademarked at the Hard Rock Cafe?
4. Go front row with some of music’s biggest stars.
Set high atop the Niagara River Gorge, a magnificent celebration of the arts happens every summer at Artpark. With an array concerts scheduled at the outdoor amphitheater, the views are just as magnificent as the performances. Year-round, check out the lineup at Niagara Falls’ Rapids Theatre, or take in a play or tribute-act show at Riviera Theatre & Performing Arts Center in North Tonawanda.