Crashing between the Canada-US borders, Niagara Falls has made its name as the most powerful waterfall in North America. In fact, it’s so powerful that 168,000 m3 of water flows over its crest every minute, but it has to be seen to be believed.
As one of the most iconic natural wonders on the continent, Niagara Falls has become just one of many exciting sights and experiences in Canada’s Niagara area with its mesmerising flurry of water, the thundering crashes into the Niagara River, and the thick clouds of mist rising 100 metres into the air. On our guided Niagara Falls walking tour, we give you the ultimate introduction to all of its must-see sights.
On our Niagara Falls guided walking tour, you can rest assured that we will take you to the most advantageous viewpoints around Niagara and its three waterfalls. We start our Niagara Falls tour at the Table Rock Centre where you can learn all about the incredible journey the water makes before it reaches Niagara Falls. Next, we stop at Skylon Tower where you can get an unbeatable birds-eye view of the falls from 233 metres above the ground. If you’re feeling peckish, stop at the Skylon Tower Revolving Restaurant for lunch with one of the world’s best restaurant views. Of course, we also take you to Horseshoe Falls, the biggest and best of Niagara’s three waterfalls, for an up-close five-senses experience.
Witnessing the beauty of Niagara Falls is one thing, but witnessing it lit by the glow of the moon and the city lights is quite another. That’s why we offer both day and night tours. Whilst they take you to some of the same viewpoints, the evening atmosphere makes the views feel totally new. Therefore, you haven’t really seen Niagara Falls without visiting it during the day and at night. On our walk along Niagara River and through the city, expect to be gripped by our guide’s fascinating stories of the waterfall’s history and journey to becoming the iconic landmark it is today.
After discovering Niagara Falls’ most Instagrammable angles with your guide, use the free Vox City app (included in your ticket) to discover more of the most iconic natural wonders in North America.
Top Sights Includes:
- • Table Rock
- • Skylon Tower
- • Horseshoe Falls & More
Join your guided walking tour rom the Table Rock Welcome Centre,. The tour will depart at the time you have booked.
What you get:
✔️ Niagara Falls guided walking tour
✔️ 3 FREE self-guided walking tours in the Vox City app
✔️ Multilingual audio commentary in English, French, Mandarin, German and Spanish
What you don’t get:
✖️ Mobile Device
⚬ Join your guided walking tour at the Table Rock Centre, 6650 Niagara Parkway,
⚬ The tour will depart at the time you have booked
⚬ The tour guide will be wearing a dark blue “Vox City Walks” uniform
⚬ Download the Vox City app (we recommend doing this pre-arrival) to access your free self-guided tours
What is a self-guided tour?
A self-guided tour is a type of tour where visitors explore a destination on their own using an audio guide or a map. Unlike a guided tour, visitors are not led by a tour guide and are free to choose their own pace and explore the sights that interest them the most. Self-guided tours offer more flexibility and freedom to visitors. They are a popular option for those who prefer to explore a destination independently.
Is a Walking Tour suitable for all ages?
The walking tour is suitable for all ages, but keep in mind that it involves a fair amount of walking and standing, so participants should be able to walk for at least 2.5 hours. Additionally, wearing comfortable walking shoes and bringing a water bottle can help ensure that you're comfortable throughout the tour
What is a Multilingual Audio tour?
A multilingual audio tour is a type of tour that provides visitors with audio guides in multiple languages. Visitors can use headphones to listen to the audio guide as they explore a destination, with the audio guide providing information about the sights, history, and culture of the area. The audio guides are typically pre-recorded and offer visitors the option to choose their preferred language.