The history of Niagara’s first skyscraper located in the Fallsview District.
The first stairwell from Goat Island to the gorge below, offering falls views and Cave of the Winds.
Niagara’s newest skyscraper and former tallest building in Niagara.
An attraction at clifton hill that used to offer views of the Falls and the surrounding area.
The first pagoda style towers in Niagara Falls, on both sides of the Niagara River.
The only tourist attraction to exist on Cedar Island was the Pagoda and observation structure built on the island
The Second tower on Prospect Point for views of the falls.
The observation tower and burial ground for Major General Sir Issac Brock.
This 1864 tower was built in the heart of the tourist district.
The first tower in the Niagara Region to offer a view of the Falls and the surrounding area.