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    Niagara Falls

    National Heritage Area New York

Frequently Asked Questions

Q?: What is a Heritage Area?
A: National Heritage Areas are places where natural, cultural, historic and scenic resources combine to tell a rich and distinctly American story. Designated by Congress, National Heritage Areas recognize how a region's geography, people, and ways of life shape the immediate vicinity and impact the nation as a whole.

More information about national heritage areas can be found on the following pages: www.nps.gov/history/heritageareas

Q?: How do I get there?
A: There are many ways to visit the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area. More information on getting there can be found on the "Plan Your Visit" page.

Q?: Where do I find passport stamps for the National Hertitage Area?
A:Passport stamps can be found at three tourist locations inside the National Heritage Area. These are:

Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce
Stamp Located at:
895 Center Street
Lewiston, New York 14092
Phone: (716) 754-9500
Old Fort Niagara
Stamp Located at:
2 Scott Avenue
Youngstown, New York 14174
Phone: (716) 745-7611
Niagara Tourism & Convention Corporation
Stamp Located at:
10 Rainbow Boulevard
Niagara Falls, NY 14303