About THis Tour
Power of Niagara, the Canadian Story
Duration: Plan For 4 hours
Join us on a tour of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls.
Gaze in wonder at your first view of the Mighty Niagara Falls and all three of her Falls! These picturesque waterfalls are more than just beauty. For generations, the power of these waterfalls has been harnessed to generate clean hydro-electric power to “electrify” many areas of North America. On your tour, you will get to admire the beauty of the surrounding region at the Floral Clock, Dufferin Islands along with other key viewing areas. Stand in awe during our day tour as you walk out of the 2,200 ft long tunnel at the Power Building and are gazing up directly at the Horseshoe Falls! While at the Power Building, you will also enjoy a hands-on, multi-sensory experience as you learn about hydro-electric power. Tours departing in the evening, you will be immersed by the Currents light show that makes you feel like you are part of our amazing natural wonder.
The following admissions are included:
- Admission to Skylon Tower
- Niagara Parks Power Station
- Currents Immersive Light Show (evening tour only)
- The Tunnel at the Niagara Parks Power Station (daytime tour only)
- 3-hour tour of Niagara Falls’ Canadian Side
- Spectacular views of mighty Niagara Falls
- Dufferin Islands
- The famous Floral Clock and the School of Horticulture
This tour departs from Niagara Falls, NY (USA) and Niagara Falls, ON (Canada).
Next Stop, Adventure! Hop off the bus and follow your guide to some of Niagara's must-see attractions. As you explore, learn the secrets of this world-famous natural wonder.
Niagara Parks Power Station
Our tours take in the most iconic landmarks that Niagara Falls State Park has to offer. Our knowledgeable guides are experts on the region's local history and culture, and always keen to share their valuable insight. Don't forget your camera!
Floral Clock - Niagara Parks
Table Rock Center
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this tour cross the border into a different country?
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What should I wear?
- Dress for the weather! Winter in Niagara can be cold and snowy. Please bring winter boots, a hat, mitts/gloves, scarf and a winter jacket as visitors will be outside for a portion of the tour.