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Going on tour with Tyler, our guide for the day, was a real treat! Tyler made the tour very comfortable for us, drove us to all the activities and took care of everything. He told us interesting things about the region and its history. Our kids loved him and my wife and me had a great time with him as well. Both the Maid of the Mist as the Cave of the Winds are truly amazing experiences that are must-do's if you're going to Niagara, but the visit to the Niagara Whirlpool Park was also really great. Less turistic and a with that a good ending of the tour.
Booked tickets on line and thankful that staff were around as we didn’t know what line-up to go in. However, some staff weren’t overly friendly. However, I understand that it was hot and humid that day and has been, but being such a tourist spot, I’d expect more smiles. The whole system, however, worked like a well-oiled machine! More impressive than last time! The Funicular was awesome!!! Best spot on Hornblower is anywhere you can hold onto a bar!
Family with three teenagers - one visiting from Japan (first time in Canada). Long line at the funicular to go down to the dock, so we used the elevator/path instead. Boat ride was as awesome, good care of tots and families with babies. The ponchos were very useful. We took the funicular up as there was no line there. Our guest from Japan was impressed. Overall, good fun for any age, a must do in Niagara Falls.
Boat was over crowded and hard to get to an area where you can see everything and take photos. I went back another night and thought the view of the fireworks was better from the shore line. The boat service was excellent and love the night ride. Need to get in line early if you want a great view.
We had a seamless experience from check in to return drive. We recommend to plan early to avoid waiting times. There is an option to “buy” a video and pictures of you experience after the ride, which you may not get informed upfront. So ask at the entrance if you want to learn more.