It's only when you get up close to Niagara Falls that you realise the fearsomeness.
Louis Tussaud, bless him, hasn't left quite the same legacy as Madame.
it's awe that you'll feel when witnessing, close up, this epic force of nature on the US-Canadian border.
Wine tasting, bike riding and paddle boarding are among the drawcards of Niagara-on-the-Lake, a picturesque, historic town that offers a welcome contrast to the glitz and tawdriness surrounding the famous falls, just down the road.
We plan to spend a week Driving from New York to Niagara Falls and back.
Julietta Jameson reveals how to beat the crowds for 20 major sights from the Taj Mahal to the Tower of London.
Niagara is primarily known for its falls but that does a disservice to the wider area, writes Craig Platt.
Louise Southerden explores the well-known and the offbeat on Canada's side of the famous falls.