Niagara wine tours, events and festivals are held year-round to offer the wine tasting experience to all visitors of Niagara-USA.…More
Niagara is home to a wonder and much more. Just outside of the county is a region full of adventure, culture, and history. There are exciting things to do and see, from art, to amusement parks, architecture, unique eats, and more.
At Letchworth State Park hiking and bike trails connect 600-foot cliffs along a 17-mile gorge. Go whitewater rafting, kayaking or camping, or for an even more memorable experience, take a hotair balloon ride over this “Grand Canyon of the East.”
About 45 minutes from Niagara Falls is Darien Lake, a theme park featuring wild coasters, waterslides and a thrilling tower ride. An action packed pyrotechnics show dazzles at night and don’t miss the popular concert series every summer.
Embrace Buffalo’s cultural treasures, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s Darwin Martin House, the Burchfield-Penney Art Center and the Albright-Knox Gallery. Take a stroll through the hip and trendy Elmwood Village, and stop in at one of the many quaint shops or eateries. Visiting June to August? Don’t miss the largest garden tour in the United States – Garden Walk Buffalo, part of the acclaimed National Buffalo Garden Festival, a five-week-long garden party, featuring 14 gorgeous garden tours. A trip to Buffalo wouldn’t be complete without sampling regional specialties at the historic Broadway Market, or wings at the Anchor Bar, home to the original recipe.
A little further south are the shores of Chautauqua Lake. In southwestern New York is a community that comes alive with a unique mix of fine and performing arts, lectures, interfaith worship and programs, and recreational activities. The Chautauqua Institution is a beautiful, historic lakeside village that welcomes 100,000 visitors of all ages, every season.
The adventure continues in Ellicottville, NY, Western New York's playground for premiere skiing; and in the off season, pumpkin picking, festivals and more.