Niagara University, Niagara Falls, NY
Niagara University is about thirty miles northwest of Buffalo, New York and about twenty-five miles east of St. Catharines, Ontario.
The Niagara Frontier is rich in history. Home to over 1000 years of Seneca Nation history, several centuries of African American History, and to Quakers, who built the very first religious structure in Erie County. The mighty Niagara Falls are located nearby in America’s oldest state park (1885). From the Niagara University campus, one can take the Discover Niagara free shuttle to over a dozen tourist sites including Niagara Falls, the Underground Railroad Center and Whirlpool State Park. Return to this page in the Spring to see more details and information on other field trips.
Field Trips at the Gathering
Once you are at the Gathering, sign up for trips offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons. Costs vary. Return here in April to see the list of field trips for the upcoming Gathering.