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  • 2-Day Niagara Falls and Shopping Trip from New York City

    1. 2-Day Niagara Falls and Shopping Trip from New York City

    Escape the hectic atmosphere of New York for a night on this 2-day tour to Niagara Falls. You will travel to the U.S. side of the Falls, get the chance to ride under the Falls on the famous Maid of the Mist, and enjoy some time to shop for bargains at the outlet mall. Day 1: Your air-conditioned van or bus departs from the Big Apple and heads north, where it passes the beautiful Delaware Gap and then makes its way to Watkins Glen State Park in the heart of the Finger Lakes region. Stretch your legs on a walk through Watkins Glen Canyon for views of the beautiful waterfalls. On the way to Niagara Falls, pass by the stunning Seneca Lake. Arrive in Niagara Falls in the late afternoon. Tour the American side of Niagara Falls, including the American Falls, Goat Island, and Sister Island. Once the sun sets, a night tour of Niagara Falls showcases colorful lighting of the thu...

    Una experiencia excelente, los guías son atentos y súper amigables, el grupo en español con Tehila fue genial, junto con Okai hacen un excelente grupo multi idiomas, y el hotel que escogen en Niagara Falls es muy bonito

  • Rochester: The Strong National Museum of Play Admission

    2. Rochester: The Strong National Museum of Play Admission

    Discover a world of play at The Strong National Museum of Play - the ultimate play destination for children of all ages and upstate New York's largest year-round cultural attraction. Experience 2 floors of dynamic, interactive exhibit spaces spread through an area that is as big as a city block. See the world's largest collection of toys, dolls, games, and electronic games. Visit the National Toy Hall of Fame, World Video Game Hall of Fame, and Dancing Wings Butterfly Garden.

    A lot of people which made us feel walking in it would be a mad house. Not the case. Our granddaughter had no issues with what her and her friend wanted to do. No waiting at all. We all got hungry and went to the atrium and I felt the food was very reasonably priced.

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What people are saying about Finger Lakes

I am really glad to have taken the trip and this agency did a very good job. While it is a long drive from NYC, the coach bus made the travel as good as possible + there was a stop every 2 1/2 hours. The places we stopped for lunch were quality restaurant/grocery stores. So all palette or cost was able to be accommodated. There was also a very interesting stop and walk at Watkins Glen Statepatk. The time spent at Niagara was very good and there was good amount of time for walking, looking and photos. Hotel was strictly for sleeping and was fine. The shopping was alright and did give some free time to walk and stretch. In total, I was happy I made this selection. I was a single. It was accommodating to all ages, nationalities.

We got there at opening and stayed til closing and still needed more time! We tried the beer made on site and enjoyed it very much. It will be ever better when the Covid-19 threat is over and you can go in the buildings without waiting. Personally I wouldn't take small children because there isn't much for them, but we did see several strollers so it can be done. Great for school age kids. I attended with both of my boys when they went on school trips. They loved it!

It was a beautiful place and like nothing I've ever seen before! It was really interesting being able to talk to the various actors who were very knowledgeable about their trades. I learned a lot more than I expected to, and I can't wait to visit again! I recommend checking out the sweets shop - absolutely delicious cookies!

Great place for my grandkids I think I had more fun than them

Fabulous- the best part was the knowledgeable interpreters.