Niagara Falls, on the border between The United States and Canada, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region, it has been voted one of the seven wonders of the world. As an eternal and unchained natural wonder, the falls offer a chance to experience the sublime through the overpowering sound of the body of water, safeguarded only by a low railing. An industry of attractions has developed around the falls in order to entertain the visitors who are bored by the monotony of the natural phenomenon. In the city of Niagara, there are a number of 3D cinemas, in which the experience of the falls is made even ‘more real’. Most of us have ‘experienced’ the falls somewhere other than on location. What is not mentioned in the travel guides is that the falls are closed down at midnight and the lights are turned off. As the lights go out the performance ends, but the sound tells us the falls are very much still there. The fiction that Niagara Falls has been moulded into, is suddenly real as such, just for a moment.