sculptorNiagara Falls International Rainbow Bridge (commonly known as Rainbow Bridge) is an arch bridge across the Niagara River Canyon. It spans 290 meters and connects New York State and Ontario, Canada. The rainbow bridge was designed by architect Richard Lee (Richard Lee), and it was opened on 1941 11 1.
d36***08To view Niagara Falls on the American side, the best option is to take the "Maid of the Mist" cruise.
Take a cruise from the pier in Waterfall Park, and the staff will hand out a blue raincoat according to the size of the passengers.
The cruise ship slowly bid farewell to the Rainbow Bridge and sailed along the Niagara River through the "American Falls" and the "Bridal Wedding Falls". When it came to the "Horseshoe Bay Falls", the waves were thunderous and the water mist was vast. The hat of the line of sight, the fog is pouring down~ It's cool!
love is blueHistory buffs will appreciate this "museum", there are so many things to see. Enjoy everything here. You can stay there all day, but spend at least 2-3 hours walking around the museum, looking at ships and submarines, looking at historical artifacts, photos, military vehicles, uniforms, etc. I find it very charming and worth the time. There is also a small restaurant/bar in the museum with a beautiful lake view. highly recommended! Kids of all ages will love it here!
素素77Niagara Falls Park is the most memorable natural landscape in the East Coast trip. We stayed at a hotel near Buffalo that night. In addition to seeing the waterfall at dusk, we also specially watched the night view. The night view and the evening view have their own advantages, and the waterfall is really shocking.