On July 4th 1928, Jean Lussier a 36 year old man from Springfield, Massachusetts came to Niagara Falls. He made history by going over the falls in a rubber ball. He also accomplished a new feat by being the first person to utilize an inflated rubber craft instead of the more conventional wooden barrel.
Scenes ranging from the 1700s to the late 1900s displaying the original Iroquois of the Niagara area, the first water powered sawmill and so much more. The falls have had many influential visitors which are on display as well.
Many daredevils have made their mark by taking the plunge over the falls. Join their ranks and get a photo taken in our barrel as it begins to teeter on the edge of the magnificent falls.