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Old Fort Niagara

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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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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102 Morrow Plz, Fort Niagara State Park, Youngstown, NY 14174
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Reviewed 25 September 2016

There is a lot to see here if you like early fur trade history. We regretted that we did not have enough time to see it all- and that was after spending 4 + hours in the fort and visitor center. The reenactments were top...More

Thank itraveleverywhere
Reviewed 24 September 2016

It does cost $ to enter but well worth $12. they have to keep this up for all to enjoy. the history lesson alone was great. and the things people accomplished without heavy machinery! make sure you see the movie before going to the fort

Thank laddy059
Reviewed 21 September 2016 via mobile

We visited the old fort after going to Niagara Falls, although not actually that old there was a lot to see, there was a gun show and really great views.

Thank Tamzin W
Reviewed 19 September 2016

Took the kids here to let off some energy - loved going in all the old buildings and checking out the costumes of the people who work there. We could actually see Toronto from the lake viewing area. Great excursion if you want to get...More

1  Thank Dianatwo
Reviewed 17 September 2016 via mobile

So much history, beautiful views and space to roam for an energetic 2 year old! Definitely recommend going here. We spent about 2 hours here on a cloudy Saturday and learned so much about the fort.

Thank quirkiekate
Reviewed 16 September 2016

Another Fort and it's good for those who interested to go for the walk inside. Old Fort Niagara situated along the Niagara River at Lake Ontario near Youngstown, New York is the oldest constantly operating military site in North America.

Thank joanadventure
Reviewed 12 September 2016

Family of four (kids are 8 and 10) toured the fort for a couple of hours one Sunday morning. We walked around and checked out the French-built fort and learned some local and U.S. history. The re-enactors (Labor Day weekend!) were very entertaining and gave...More

Thank TommySmo518
Reviewed 11 September 2016

Was there on a sunny clear day so glad a great view of Toronto skyline across Lake Ontario. Clean facilities. Nice grassy areas to sit and relax, or picnic. Big line to get in to Fort itself, but plenty of other t hings to do...More

Thank Fiona B
Reviewed 10 September 2016

If you are even slightly interested in the War of 1812, this attraction is a must visit. Fort Niagara is approximately a 20-25 minute drive by automobile, from most areas of Niagara Falls, New York. Take a guided tour around the Fort, after watching a...More

Thank Allen J F
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Well, we had to go around two or three times, because it's extremely confusing just how to get here--the park should really have a different name that the fort! Thank goodness there was an attendant before we paid to enter the park; she clarified it...More

Thank 76desert
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Amy N
23 July 2017|
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Response from feldmaam | Reviewed this property |
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
6 May 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
5 July 2015|
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Response from Chiranjib_Mazumdar | Reviewed this property |
20-30 minutes by car depending on traffic.
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