See the Falls, Morning, Noon and Night
16 Aug 2016 Chuck Camroux 0
Many people come to Niagara Falls to enjoy the wonder of Niagara Falls, but don’t get to take in the complete spectacular of all day and evening enjoyment. You have to see the Falls in the evening and later after the sun has gone down. The lights and if it’s the right day, the fireworks.
This is the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls being lit from the lights on the Canadian side. On the Canadian side, the best place to locate yourself to see the fireworks and the colours is about halfway between the Table Rock Building and the boat docks.
Here you have the largest of the three Falls at Niagara, the Canadian or Horseshoe Falls. You can get this view from the observation deck on top of the Skylon Tower. While you’re there, enjoy a lunch or dinner in the revolving restaurant.
This is what you could enjoy with your coffee in the morning. You’re standing beside your hotel, or you came down to the embankment above the Falls to take a look. It’s the American Falls in the distance and you are looking over the Table Rock building at the Canadian Falls. But it is the rainbow that fun. You see the rainbow a lot at the Falls because of the mist and sunshine.
So take it all in, day and night if you can. It is well worth the effort.