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Niagara Falls, Buffalo, NY area - Things to do?

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The family is taking a vacation to the Niagara Falls area, NY only no Canada for us thanks to more border restrictions.

Other than the obvious what are some other cool things and activities in that area and within the distance it takes to get to Buffalo that we can do, geared towards family (kids and adults). One thing we are definitely planning is the boat ride around the falls. Physical outdoors activities are good like zip line, bike rental and paths etc.

What are the best Pizza and Buffalo wing places around there?

What are some other good restaurants we should check out?

Thanks,
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Thanks for all the info. Unfortunately everyone going doesn't have a passport. Now days is it possible to go to the Canada side without a passport?
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I'm sure the Canadians will want proper identification and a passport is a worldwide ID system. It's better than a driver's license.
A couple of the links above, have a list of alot of Buffalo things to do.
Toronto was just a remote suggestion, since the miles from Buffalo to Canada are so small.
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http://gocanada.about.com/od/canadatraveloverview/qt/uscitizenborder.htm

Since June 2009, everyone from every country arriving in Canada by air, land and sea has needed a passport or equivalent travel document.

>>>> (Some exceptions apply to children's passport requirements).

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OK, thanks for the info.
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