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Old Fort Niagara

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102 Morrow Plz, Fort Niagara State Park, Youngstown, NY 14174
+1 716-745-7611
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Old Fort Niagara is a living history site within close driving distance of Niagara Falls (both NY and Ontario) and Buffalo, NY, featuring original 18th-century stone buildings, built by the French and British, and daily interpretive programming that spans its three centuries of history. Open daily at 9 a.m. with ticket sales ending at 4:30 pm (ticket sales end at 6:30 pm in July and August).
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102 Morrow Plz, Fort Niagara State Park, Youngstown, NY 14174
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderfully restored and maintained, this fort built by the French circa 1720's is spectacular. Reenactors, living history, demonstrations and an unbeatable view of Lake Ontario looking towards the Toronto skyline. Beautiful grounds and a unique architecture for the US..feels very European...and even has a dry...More

Thank nj4me2014
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Didn't have allot if time, but glad we made the stop. There were people in period costumes and they were very friendly. Spent about an hour here but could have spent more. The buildings were very interesting and were furnished in period as well. The...More

1  Thank FLogston
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped here on our way to the Falls and loved the fort. Several demonstrations are scheduled throughout the day and the characters dress in period clothes to represent one of the three occupations which controlled the fort over the years. We were there during...More

Thank Happycak
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This site is not very well known - but is a very significant historical location and fort. The castle was constructed in 1726 - and is just amazing to walk through. Some other parts of the fort are nearly as old. The site has been...More

Thank Jonathan B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visiting Old Fort Niagara was a highlight of our trip. Seeing the period costumed actors takes you back in time and allows you to experience that time in history. You can wonder the fort at your own time and pace. The museum has fantastic artifacts...More

1  Thank pburson
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I am kind of worn out from visiting so many forts over the past few years while on vacation as they mostly all look the same. The history of this fort is what made it interesting.

Thank Brandon0072
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was the Fort where French and British occupied during the colonial era and the place is very beautiful impersonate soldiers(not real) will demonstrate their weaponry skills and you have the opportunity to take pictures with them as a remembrance.

1  Thank Wasantha D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I grew up nearby but I never miss a repeat trip to this historic site. The grounds of the fort ring with history and the costumed troops conjure up what the experience may have been like. The Fort is located at the mouth of the...More

Thank BucketListCT
Reviewed July 10, 2017

Our tour guide was very informative and the park grounds were very nice. The view from the Fort was beautiful and worth the stop.

Thank LShims
Reviewed July 10, 2017 via mobile

Was great to learn all about OFN - had never even heard of it prior to coming to the area. I really think what made it well worth it are the people that work there. They loved talking to us, answered our questions, and were...More

1  Thank marilyn9526
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Amy N
July 23, 2017|
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In the park I would think so. I didn't see any near the museum, but as others have mentioned, it's best to contact them. I can't imagine a problem if the dog is not loode.
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Pat N
May 6, 2016|
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I work at the fort and the uneven cobblestones have been replaced with smooth cement. It is much easier now for those in wheelchairs or those having difficulty walking. There is only a very small area (about 10 steps worth... More
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Tina C
July 5, 2015|
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20-30 minutes by car depending on traffic.
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