Niagara Falls Landmark Information

Niagara Falls Landmark Information
Niagara Falls is a large waterfall that was formed from the Wisconsin glaciation in the ice age. As the most powerful waterfall in North America, Niagara Falls pushes over 6 million cubic feet of water over the falls each minute. Besides the falls, there are several landmarks that attract tourists and residents daily.

Niagara Falls

A natural landmark, the Niagara Falls is composed of three falls---the American, Horseshoe, and Bridal Veil Falls, the smallest. The falls lie between two countries---the United States and Canada.

Floral Clock

The Floral Clock is a centralized landmark that is a common meeting place for tourists. This 20th-century clock is surrounded by thousands of blooming annuals and offers a relaxing space for people-watching.

7400 Portage Road
Niagara Falls, Ontario
L2E 6T2, Canada
(877) 642-7275

Skylon Tower

The Skylon Tower rises above the hotel skyscrapers and the falls, making it the tallest building for miles. Built in 1965, this tower has glass elevators that quickly transport guests to a revolving eatery, gift shop and observation deck with breathtaking views of the falls.

5200 Robinson Street, Murray Hill
Niagara Falls, Ontario
L2G 2A3, Canada
(905) 356-2651

Old Fort Erie

Old Fort Erie is a historical military site that was used heavily in the war of 1812. Guests can enjoy battle re-enactments, period military equipment, a gift shop and a tour of the restored fort.

350 Lakeshore Road, Dominion
Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Ontario
L2E 6T2, Canada
(877) 642-7275

Konica Minolta Tower

This 328-foot tower is easy to identify at Niagara Falls. It has a tall, slender base with large windows surrounding the top of the tower. Inside, guests can take in the serene beauty of the falls and the Niagara Gorge through the observation deck, restaurant or one of the 40 hotel suites.

6732 Oakes Drive at Dunn Street
Niagara Falls, Ontario
L2G 3W6, Canada
(905) 356-1501

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Julie Boehlke is a seasoned copywriter and content creator based in the Great Lakes state. She is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. Boehlke has more than 10 years of professional writing experience on topics such as health and wellness, green living, gardening, genealogy, finances, relationships, world travel, golf, outdoors and interior decorating. She has also worked in geriatrics and hospice care.

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