ArtPark



Welcome to the world of Artpark. Here on this picturesque New York State Park, high atop the Niagara River Gorge, a magnificent celebration of the arts happens every summer.

Since its gala premiere on July 25, 1974, the park has remained true to its mission of bringing the finest performing and visual arts to the public.

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The park offers a full spectrum of engaging entertainment; from productions of immortal Broadway musicals, swinging big band concerts and celebrity performances in the Main Theater; to free concerts, music and cultural festivals in the outdoor amphitheater. Created especially with the family in mind, the park also offers art, theater, and video camps for youth, and a variety of family programs on Saturdays. The park also includes numerous hiking trails, nature areas, fishing docks and picnic areas. There's something for everyone here!

Here in this idyllic setting, you are welcome to relax and play, enjoy great theater performances, discover art, and perhaps, discover the artist in yourself.

Location:
450 South 4th St. Lewiston,
New York 14092
Box Office 716-754-4375


Directions

How to get to Artpark From Buffalo:Take I-190 North across the Grand Island Bridges to Exit 25-A (Lewiston), turn left to Route 104, turn right and follow the signs to Lewiston; once in the Village proceed down Center Street (Route 104) to South Fourth Street, and turn left. The Park is at the foot of South Fourth St.

From Rochester:Take the I-90 West (NYS Thruway) to Exit 50 (I-290 - Niagara Falls); proceed to Niagara Falls/Grand Island Exit (I-190 North); follow directions from Buffalo.

From Toronto:Take the QEW to Route 405, cross the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge and follow the signs to Route 104 to Lewiston, allowing extra time for bridge traffic. Once in the Village of Lewiston, proceed down Center Street to South Fourth Street, turn left, and the Park is located at the foot of South Fourth Street.

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