Grand Island in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Specialty Museums. Discover best things to do in Grand Island with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 126 reviews
Special-interest museum that features the historical and elaborate Herschell carousels in the original factory building. New exhibit for 2015 is "100 Years of the Allan Herschell Company". Our band organs play every day. Enjoy 3 Wurlitzer organs and an Artizan grand organ. Special events for a family audience are presented each month.
We were here for a working tour and the place is so incredibly awesome!!! The music that constantly plays wherever you are on the site is so nostalgic and magical - feels like a Disney experience that recreates turn of the century charm and sense...MoreThank you so much for this review. It captures the magic we hope to bring to our visitors. Happy you had a good time.
5 based on 4 reviews
This exciting tour outfits you in a hooded raincoat and takes you into a cave and then along a catwalk near the foot of the falls for an up-close, wet and very rewarding view of the thunderous, cascading waters.
This was unbelievable! The Canadian version is quite sedate and respectful. The American version is up close and personal, and actually in the Falls!! So much so that it hurts!!
A bit of a queue, maybe two hours (late morning), but so worth it.
You get absolutely soaked, like you've had a shower. Watch your footing.
It is unreal. Best thing we did at Niagara, on both sides. Do it
4 based on 211 reviews
Our family had seasons passes here for many years, and enjoyed frequent visits to the park. We visited the park for the first time since the new ownership this past week, and were impressed with the changes we could see in the park and operations. The park was much cleaner - especially the eating areas and food operations.
4.5 based on 61 reviews
This park has a great bike/walking path that takes you along the water allowing you great views of the boats on the water, and homes on the other side. Well maintained. Near local restaurants spots. Pet friendly. Launching spots for boats and jet ski.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Three magnificent falls, two American and one Canadian, mark the point at which the Niagara River rumbles over the Niagara Escarpment.
If you haven't been here you're missing out. A couple of hints though. Its 3.75 to cross into Canada and $20 to park near the falls. We stayed at comfort in which was a really close walk to the American side. Canada prices were way high so try to patronize the good old USA instead. It was really cold as the end is constant, so try to go when its above 45 degrees. Spectacular anytime though. The small museum on the American side is free and you can learn a lot. Traffic can get really backed up so keep watch and m as ke a break when the lines are short. It was 30 seconds coming back across, but they really grill you going into Canada.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
The historic Riviera Theatre, Home of the Mighty WurliTzer theatre organ, was builit in 1926 and is lsted on the National and New York State registers of historic places. it was saved from demoltion in the late 1980's by a group of dedicated volunteers and now hosts over 175 events and 100,000 visitors annually. From demolition to a regional destination and an anchor of developement around the theatre, all thanks to community support, dedicated volunteers and a small hard working staff. The Riviera Theatre and Organ Preservation Society, Inc. owns and operates the historic Riviera Theatre and is a registered 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization with the mission to preserve and maintain the Historic Riviera Theatre and the Mighty WurliTzer Organ and to promote the performing arts. All Proceeds go to the restoration and preservation of the Historic Riviera Theatre. Donations are tax deductible.
Historic theater home to the Mighty Wurlitzer Organ, which was originally built right in North Tonawanda. The inside of the theater is beautiful and there are a wide variety of shows from modern concerts, international artists/groups, organ concerts on the 1st Wed of each month, music ensembles and choirs, and movie series in the evenings and kids' movies on weekends. Volunteers are friendly and snacks are delicious- all proceeds go back to the Riviera Theater/
4 based on 46 reviews
I am an avid bicycle rider and I often ride through the park. The bike trails are in sore need of maintenance. But the views of the Niagara River are wonderful.
5 based on 18 reviews
For over 45 years Beach's Motorcycle Adventures has specialized in motorcycle tours of the European Alps.Beach's is the oldest and longest running motorcycle touring company in the world. Since our inception in 1972, there has been at least one member of the Beach family on every European tour. We don't simply hire a guide and send you on your way. We travel with you to turn your dreams into memories!As Beach's MCA is an official Travel Partner of BMW Motorrad you are guaranteed the latest model BMW motorcycles, each equipped with a pre-programmed GPS. Our partnership with Sixt brings you the newest models of convertible sports cars. Our long standing relationships with our hotel partners mean you are treated like family each evening.Don't travel with a hired guide. Travel with the masters of European motorcycle riding!
My wife and I took the Octoberfest Olio trip in 2008. What a wonderful experience. After you put down your deposit the folks at Beaches start sending you information. Every other week or so we got a package in the mail that contained some information...MoreThank you for your kind and detailed review. It is so helpful for others to have input like you have provided when trying to select a company to travel with. We look forward to our next ride with you!
4.5 based on 685 reviews
One of the American falls.
Bridal Veil Falls is like the little sister of the American Falls next to it, with its older cousin, Horseshoe Falls, straddling the American and Canadian borders, and forming probably one of the most beautiful natural borders in the world.
Still majestic, despite the commercialization that has cropped up around it.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
A huge expanse of natural beauty, this oldest state park in the U.S. offers biking, fishing and cross-country skiing, and contains plenty of hiking and walking trails, including the Niagara Gorge Trail System, which affords great views of both the falls and the gorge.
I visited the Falls in March so it was a little wintry but it was still a great place to visit. Very scenic and nice areas to walk.
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