Niagara USA Recreates Niagara in Anniversary Package
Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the movie Niagara starring Marilyn Monroe by experiencing some of the best Niagara Falls attractions from the film
Niagara Falls, NY -- For couples looking to get away this Fall and experience a vacation that mimics the nostalgia of 1953, Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation (NTCC) has created a package that includes some of the best Niagara Falls attractions seen in the iconic movie Niagara starring Marilyn Monroe.
In honor of the 60th Anniversary of the film's release, NTCC has put together a budget friendly trip for those seeking adventure and desire to explore Niagara USA. "Niagara 60th Anniversary Package" is available until May 2013 and based on hotel availability.
"One of the best aspects of watching Niagara is to witness the characters enthused about participating in the same activities that we still enjoy today," said Director of Marketing & Communications Melissa Morinello. "From historically rich Old Fort Niagara to world class fishing, visitors can now recreate their own Niagara as people have done for generations."
Couples can visit the mighty Niagara Falls, tour Old Fort Niagara, and even grab their fishing poles for an excellent, discounted chartered fishing trip along the Niagara River. NTCC is including a gift bag with every purchase, which includes a copy of the movie Niagara, bottle of champagne and biscotti from Di Camillo Bakery, a local favorite. Stay at the charming hotel The Giacomo, currently the only boutique hotel located in downtown Niagara Falls, where it was rumored that Marilyn Monroe walked the grand staircase. The package is complete with a special discount to the charming wine bar, Wine on Third, where patrons can relax with a bottle of local wine, dinner or tapas.
To reserve or for more information, visit www.niagara-usa.com.
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The mission of the Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation (NTCC) is to expand the economic prosperity of the Niagara USA communities by generating individual and group visitation.
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