The 35-year old original visitor center is currently being demolished to make way for the new $46m Niagara Falls State Park Welcome Center in New York. It will serve as a gateway to adventure along the Niagara River Corridor.

The new facility will comprise new ticketing and information desks, new concession spaces, interpretive museum space, restrooms, and associated support spaces. It will also have a green roof solar array and a separate restroom building.

Amenities to be included are plantings, new paths, outdoor exhibits, and wayfinding guides.

It is planned to be finished by 2023 and is expected to improve the visitor experience.

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