Things To Do
No matter when you visit, there are always plenty of things to do in Niagara Falls. Enjoy the beautiful Niagara Falls and have an experience that will last a lifetime. Niagara USA is not only home to the Falls but it is a place rich in history, culture, outdoor life, shopping, adventure and agriculture. There are hundreds of attractions and things to do in Niagara Falls year-round.
Summertime in Niagara USA is packed with free outdoor concerts, festivals and events to keep you entertained. Enjoy the Niagara Falls State Park at anytime of the year and experience over 400 acres of protected wildlife and lush landscape. The whole family will love the Niagara USA experience that offers historical and exciting adventures and tours.
The beauty of Niagara Falls is difficult to replicate, but it's the diverse region that makes Niagara USA so unique. With so many affordable things to do for visitors, especially families, it's no wonder Niagara Falls attracts more than eight million visitors each year.
Old Falls Street "Side Show" Celebrating Nik Wallenda's Tightrope Walk: Old Falls Street will be the center of “Side Show” activities on June 15, 11am-11pm. The Side Show features live coverage of the walk on two jumbo screens, interactive circus-themed performances by Deep Roots Niagara, live music, street vendors, and festive food and beverages. Festivities include, aerial acrobatics, fire breathers, a hula hoop troop and more! Click here for a detailed listing of activities.
NiagaraHub June 15th Celebration: Visit The NiagaraHub beginning at 4pm and enjoy a preview of the Main Street Music and Art Festival. Enjoy live music, featuring Whiskey Reverb and Scarlet Embrace and delicious food from local vendors.
Where the Stunters Rest Tour: Tour Oakwood Cemetery and visit some of Niagara's most colorful characters. Meet Annie Edson Taylor face to face, and visit Carlisle Graham, Captain Matthew Webb and Francis Abbott. Learn of their adventures and capture the excitement! Tours available June 15 and June 16.
Hard Rock Cafe Niagara Falls, USA and 97 Rock Party Tent: Rock out in the Hard Rock Cafe VIP tent, adjacent to Old Falls Street, 11am-12am. Enjoy live music and watch the walk live on a big screen. Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Characters of History: Join the Encounter Niagara cast on June 15 at the Niagara Falls State Park. From 4pm-9pm, legendary daredevil Annie Edson Taylor will be entertaining guests around Goat Island, along with Nikola Tesla, Father Louis Hennepin, Augustus Porter, Parkhurst Whitney and Celinda Eliza Whitney! Don't forget your camera! Free.
Live Music at One Niagara: Enjoy live music on the back patio on June 15! Featuring Jamie Holka Trio, 1:30pm-3:30pm, Ron Corsaro Trio, 3:45pm-5:45pm and Laurie Bordanaro Trio, 6pm-8pm.
Celebrate at MELA: Relax on the terrace at MELA Restaurant beginning at 8pm. Tickets are available for $10 per person and includes one beverage at the bar. Appetizers will also be served for a small fee.
Watch Wallenda at The Giacomo: Sit back and enjoy the walk on three televisions at the bar inside The Giacomo. Enjoy live music by Rebbecca Leigh, 7:30pm-9:30pm.
Legend's Bar Wallenda Walk Party: Join the fun just steps away from the Park! Legend's Bar and Grill will feature live music, inside and outside, 12pm-1am. Acts include Jamie Holka, Casey Moyer, Nicholas Spacone and more! Enjoy food and drink specials.
Celebrate the Walk of the Century: Visit The Turtle, 11am-7pm and enjoy live music, Native American performances and craft vendors. Next, walk to The Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls and watch Nik Wallenda on two large screens. Highlights include appearances by TAPOUT & MMA superstars and musical guests, 6pm-3am. Food and beverages will be available for sale.
Author Ginger Strand to Speak: Listen to two informal discussions on the history and meaning behind public stunts in Niagara Falls, inside the Grand Foyer at the Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls, 1:30pm and 6:30pm. The discussions, accompanied by a historical slide show, are free and open to the public.
High Wire Viewing and Reception: Visit One Niagara (360 Rainbow Blvd. S., Niagara Falls) for a viewing of Niagara Falls and Nik Wallenda from the 9th floor, 7pm-?. Tickets available, $50/Adult. Ticket includes two drinks and food. Ages 11-16 are $20, and children 10 and under are FREE. Cash bar.