Nik Wallenda Back in Falls: Talking Business | News
NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO, CANADA - Nik Wallenda is back in Niagara Falls for a brief visit following his memorable walk into history over the falls on June 15th.
Wallenda was honored Wednesday night at the Bravo Restaurant in Niagara Falls, Ontario by a group of city, business, and tourism officials. His feet were cast in concrete for the Niagara Falls History Museum and may be used as a base for an eventual statue.
Wallenda will also be in Niagara Falls, New York on Thursday to meet with developers according to State Senator George Maziarz who is hosting a press conference with the daredevil and Assemblyman John Ceretto.
Wallenda says he is reviewing renderings and plans for a potential development which could include a zipline ride, hotel with water park, and some type of museum and show theater which could include performances from him and his family. He hopes to meet next month with possible sponsors for the show.
Wallenda says it is still undecided on which side of the border this development would be located. He says he does not bear a grudge against Mayor Paul Dyster who last month raised the issue of unpaid city costs for public safety during the June 15th event.