Use Niagara Bible Conference as your home base or stepping off location to enjoy the attractions and sites and events of western New York, and only minutes from Canada with all the beauty to see.
Welcome to Western New York
Perhaps the biggest draw for visitors to Western New York State is Niagara Falls, the mammoth waterfall that straddles the Canada-United States border. While this is likely the most recognizable attraction in this area of the state, Western New York is also home to Buffalo, a major center that offers everything from restaurants to hotels to world-class theatre and art.
This is the legendary boat trip that runs from both sides of the falls and takes passengers on an enthralling ride close to the falls. Protection from the water is provided. On the New York side the boat is boarded at the base of the observation tower at Prospect Point.
Niagara Region Charter Service
Fish the world famous Niagara Region of Lakes Erie, Ontario, and the Niagara River. Offering year round trips. All bait and tackle supplied.
Located in the grounds of the Niagara Falls State Park, Old Fort Niagara was originally constructed by the French in 1726 and has also been controlled by the British. The site has been restored and includes the oldest building in the Great Lakes region. Visitors can explore the various buildings and view the historical displays and musket demonstrations. Live history events and reconstructions of certain battle also take place here. The view of Lake Ontario from here is particularly impressive
The Lockport Cave and Underground Boat Ride in Lockport, NY, on the Erie Canal, is just a 20-minute drive South from our Main Campus, and offers the public an exciting 70-minute guided tour through America’s past. You will explore the historic Erie Canal Locks 67-71, constructed in 1838. You will also view ruins from an earlier industrial age, walk safely through a water tunnel that was blasted out of solid rock in the 1850′s, viewing stalactites, flow stone, various geological formations and artifacts left behind by the men who built the tunnel in the early days of the Erie Canal. If you are lucky you may even find a fossil or two.
The original 1940’s carousel building was restored and furnished with a 1928 Allan Herschell carousel. This carousel closely resembles the original carousel which was operated in the building from the 1940’s – 80’s. In addition to the carousel, the park has five vintage kiddy rides: a 1946 Allen Herschell Kiddy Auto / Fire Truck Ride (originally from Olcott), a 1940’s Allen Herschell Sky Fighter, a 1940’s Boat Ride, a 1950’s Rocket Swing Ride and a kiddy Ferris Wheel (originally located at the Whistle Pig in Niagara Falls). The cost per ride is 25 cents.