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This was an interesting look into the history of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. Quick and easy in the off season. My only issue was the young girl not letting me take my fresh coffee with me. It’s seemed I was singled out because...More
This is not a tour for you if you are not keen on enclosed spaces or with crowds.
The tunnels behind the falls a tight and lead to two viewing windows directly behind the falls. It is impressive seeing a wall of white water along...More
To truly experience the power and majesty of the falls, you must take this Journey. This is as close as you can get on foot without falling in. My wife and I went during early December so it wasn’t crowded at all. The view from...More
We thought it would be miserably cold in December, but it wasn’t any worse than simply walking outside at the same time.
And the views and history were well worth it. Being that close to the power and majesty of the falls was spectacular. Much...More
Definitely overrated for sure, they need a better system to chanel people through. You stand in line forever and once you get inside, you are truly expecting more. It’s cool to see but shouldn’t be in your top to do list 😢
This attraction is a must see annually for my family. While it never changes, it always never ceases to amaze us. You go under the roaring falls and with multiple lookout spots, you get to feel the roar of the falls all the way to...More
I would say the journey behind the falls is an experience that everybody should do but it could be missed. In the summer when I have gone, the wait times are extremely long. The stories of how the tunnels and elevator were made was interesting...More