The Hornblower Niagara Cruises operates the boat ride on the Canadian side of the Niagara River in Niagara Falls Ontario Canada.
THE HORNBLOWER NIAGARA CRUISES IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
As of April 8th 2021 no opening date has been announced for the Hornblower Niagara Cruises.
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The 20-minute Voyage to the Falls boat tour that gets you as close as possible to the magnificent Niagara Falls. Journey past the American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and into the heart of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls aboard Hornblower Niagara Cruises. This legendary boat tour takes place aboard a state-of-the-art Hornblower catamaran. Hornblower Niagara Cruises is the official supplier to Niagara Parks, providing Canada’s only Niagara Falls boat tour experience.
Reservations are not necessary and tickets can be purchased at any Niagara Parks attraction ticket window.
2021 Ticket prices are unavailable as of April 8th 2021.
2020 RATES * rates are for reference purposes only.
Adult $34.47 – per adult, taxes included, Can dollars
Child $23.16 – per child, taxes included, Can dollars
5 and under (Children accompanying parents only) No charge
2021 Voyage to the Falls Boat Tour Schedule:
Updated information will be posted as soon as it becomes available. Typically the boat rides below Niagara Falls open in late April or early May.
Hornblower Niagara Cruises 5920 Niagara Parkway Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Will I get soaking wet?
A. Every guest is issued a disposable plastic poncho to wear during the tour which will keep you reasonably dry. When the boat gets close to the Canadian Falls is where you will encounter the majority of mist. If you wish to stay dry simply move to another location on the boat where there is less mist.
Q. How long does the tour last?
A. The average tour lasts 15-20 minutes.
Q. What should I wear or bring with me?
A. Summer is for shorts and t-shirts. A pair of beach shoes or sneakers work fine but don’t wear anything you wouldn’t want to get damp. For Spring and Fall weather you need to dress appropriately for the local weather and just expect to get slightly damp. Usually you will have the ability to get great photos right up until you get close to the base of the Canadian Falls. Remember that even a slight mist on your camera lens will ruin any photo!
Q. Where do I purchase tickets and board the boat ride?
A. Tickets are available at the ticket window near the entrance. The address is 5920 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls, ON. The entrance is in Queen Victoria Park less than a minute walk from the base of Clifton Hill.
Q. Where can I park my vehicle?
A. There are three very large parking lots near Queen Victoria Park.
The closest parking lot which does require taking stairs to the park is on Clifton Hill and aptly named Clifton Hill Parking. For navigation use: 4960 Clifton Hill Parking, Niagara Falls Ontario Canada
Skylon Tower parking lot is very close to the Clifton Hill Parking lot and you can either take stairs or the sidewalk on Murray St to get to the park. For navigation use: Skylon Tower parking lot 5200 Robinson Street Niagara Falls Ontario Canada
Niagara Parks parking lot use: Niagara Falls Lot #1 6650 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls Ontario Canada
If the Niagara Parks lot is full when you enter they will direct you to one of their satellite lots which then requires using the WEGO shuttle bus service. This lot usually never fills to capacity except during the months of July and August. If you plan on visiting the brink of the Canadian Falls at Table Rock during your visit this is the most convenient parking lot to use.
Q. I’m afraid of the water, is this ride safe?
A. Absolutely. There is no risk involved and our captains are the best!