With so much to see and do, one day is never enough. Plan to stay 2-3 nights to enjoy the breathtaking view of the Falls, exciting attractions, nature, parks and hiking trails. Visit local wineries, breweries, distilleries, and eat and drink like a local. Learn about Niagara Falls’ history including Black History and the history of Niagara’s indigenous people. We cannot wait to see you back in Niagara Falls when it is safe to travel again!
Book a Fallsview room and enjoy the spectacular view of the Falls from the comfort of your bed, any time of the day. You’ll be able to walk to most attractions from your hotel or use the Wego bus to zip from one end of town to the other.
Day 1: Epic Views, Signature Experience
Take a thrilling ride with Niagara Helicopters where you will hover 457 metres above the Falls for the perfect aerial shot of the entire city on this must-do adventure, every season of the year.
Niagara City Cruises
Voyage into the mist to get up close and personal on this iconic boat ride! Get an epic view (and a little wet) as you sail toward the Falls, 51 metres below the brink.
Towering 236 meters above the mighty Falls. The only thing more exciting than the world-renowned view from the Skylon Tower's observation deck is the glass enclosed elevator ride you’ll take to get there. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the Revolving Dining Room and experience the Falls Illumination and Fireworks from above.
Zipline to the Falls
WildPlay Zipline to the Falls is a thrilling panoramic ride, 67 metres above the natural marvel. Are you brave enough to soar towards the Falls at speeds of up to 70 km/h for the most epic views?
Journey Behind the Falls
Descend 38 metres below the brink of the Falls to explore 130-year-old tunnels leading to an observation deck and viewing portal. Catch a glimpse of the natural wonder from a whole new perspective at Journey Behind the Falls.
With climate-controlled gondolas perfect for any weather, the Niagara SkyWheel is a leisurely ride that provides a city-wide vista, 53 metres above the plunging Falls.
Table Rock Centre
Arguably one of the best views in the world, the base of Table Rock will bring you as close to the brink of the Falls as you can be – a mere 3 meters away.
Get outside and explore more of Niagara Falls for awe-inspiring outdoor adventures, whether you’re hiking, biking, golfing, going with the flow or looking for a next-level experience.
Hit the Trails
Explore 15 kilometers of hiking trails along the Niagara River and discover distinctly local flora and fauna among the impressive prehistoric geological formations at the Niagara Glen.
From the Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Niagara Parkway and area features more than 300 kilometres of cycling trails. Bring your own or rent a bike or e-bike to explore the region and discover restaurants and attractions along the route. Cycle through Niagara Wine Country and feel the wind on your face as you ride past farmlands and vineyards, stopping to sip local wine along the way.
Get into the Swing of Things
Golfers flock to Niagara Falls to tee off at world-class public golf courses across the region that will challenge players at every skill level.
Go with the Flow
A trip to Niagara Falls isn’t complete without some water based fun! Get soaked and feel the rush with Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours as your captain navigates the Devil’s Hole Rapids or opt for a drier ride with the new Freedom Jet Boat. Take a walk on the wild side with Niagara Parks’ White Water Walk and marvel at the relentless power of the Niagara River’s Class 6 whitewater rapids. Voyage into the belly of the beast with Niagara City Cruises and get caught in the mist for a moment you’ll never forget. For another epic view, see the whirlpool from high above with a ride on the historic Whirlpool Aero Car.
Sip and savour your way through locally-inspired farm-to-table restaurants, wineries, breweries and distilleries to experience the best that Niagara has to offer. Niagara’s emerging culinary scene has evolved into one of the primary draws for the destination. With so many delicious restaurants to choose from, your biggest decision will be where to start. FeastOn™ certified restaurants are committed to sourcing Ontario grown and made food and drinks. Savour a locally-inspired meal at every Niagara Parks restaurant, including Table Rock House Restaurant, at the Flour Mill Scratch Kitchen Restaurant or in wine country at Ravine Vineyard, Vineland Estates and Peller Estates. A bit of every taste!
While on your way to Niagara-on-the-Lake, a historical town located 20 minutes drive away from Niagara Falls, visit historical landmarks along Niagara Parkway such as Brock’s Monument, Laura Secord Homestead, McFarland House, Fort George and more, to learn about Canadian history in the Niagara Region. Learn about the importance of Niagara Falls in Black History as a part of Underground Railroad that led fugitive slaves to freedom in the mid-19th century on their journey from the USA to Canada.