Old Fort Niagara

Old Fort Niagara

Old Fort Niagara, in Youngstown, protects the mouth of its namesake river at the point it meets Lake Ontario. One of the oldest forts in the US, it saw combat in the French and Indian War. Today, you can visit original 17th century buildings and see a host of exhibits, frequent battle reenactments and demonstrations. Did I mention the spectacular view?

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