This brief film provides a history of the area. It is informative. We had free tickets. Nothing special. The wax museum of Niagara history is much better.
It was a nice place to find out more about Niagara Falls and history. The only problem was a quality of the movie. Seemed old, very grainy, image could be sharper but overall it was good and not too expensive
I and two of my friends went to the 2011 show -- on 9/11 -- wonderful moving tribute to the heroes. Weather plays a huge role and the weather was perfect! Between the two of us who carried cameras, we shot over 1400 images! Spectacular time and plan to go again.
I had VIP Tickets for Sunday and wondered around for 45 min till I found out where I was to report to for the wrist band. I talked to 7 different people starting at the point of the security check (All were very polite and nice) but no one could tell me where to go. I was offered suggestions that... More
I can't say enough good about the air show and the on-base support personnel for the show. The problem is getting to the show and parking. We were coming from Rochester, and all was well till we were within a few miles of the base. A sign said, "Air show take Rt. 429 to Lockport Rd." So we did, and... More
As an airshow enthusiast from the UK I had high hopes for this, but unfortunately due to unbelievably poor traffic control the only parts of the show I got to see were out of my car window as I waited in for OVER 3 HOURS in traffic to get into the show. Bear in mind this is coming from less... More
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