Niagara Falls Honeymoon Activities

THE 10 BEST Things to Do for Honeymoon in Niagara Falls

Best Niagara Falls Honeymoon Activities

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  • agog1559
    East Brady, PA26 contributions
    Breathtaking views. Although it was in December we were fortunate to have cool but fine weather during our visit. The tourist shops at the park were closed for the season and not many visitors which suited us fine.
    Written January 9, 2024
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  • Rumzzz
    Irving, TX82 contributions
    Knowing fully well Maid of the Mist etc will be closed for the season, my family and I still planned a visit here in December, because the state park itself is open year round. It wasn’t too busy, and we found plenty of parking - $10 per vehicle, and valid for the entire day, even if you move from parking lot to parking lot.
    The gift shop was a tad bit of a let down, but we enjoyed the falls from Prospect Point. The evening illumination and 8 pm fireworks were worth the repeat visit in the evening.
    Written January 6, 2024
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  • Beepa1942
    DeWitt, MI73 contributions
    Our grandchildren enjoyed their first visit to the Falls and the State Park. The day was a warm sunny October afternoon, perfect for walking and viewing the falls.
    Written October 11, 2023
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  • Jordan Morningstar
    Burnsville, MN257 contributions
    The observation tower is a THE perfect place to go for photos of the falls from the American side. You get a gorgeous long shot include the American Falls, the tip of Goat Island and Horseshoe Falls. The view looking up and down the river is unforgettable!

    There are a lot of people who like to take photos from the tower, so be patient and take turns getting in and out. If you're just enjoying the view you can step back and let people take photos. There is visual opportunity all over the observation deck.
    Written November 26, 2023
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  • theoljohnnyboy
    New Florence, PA1,531 contributions
    Outstanding views of the whirlpool and class 6 rapids. The park allows for enjoyment in the green spaces and on the trails. Seems like a lot of buses with tourists come through, and the visitor center is closed for renovation. The parking lot is pretty large and allows for quite a few vehicles. No entry fee is charged.
    Written September 9, 2023
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  • Becky C
    Flagstaff, AZ30 contributions
    Pretty views but nothing really to do just different views of the river. It's a quick walk over a couple small bridges.
    Written September 28, 2023
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  • alvanniekerk
    Oakville, Canada73 contributions
    Amazing day out in the first crazy hot day in 2023. The trails were clearly marked and the views? Spectacular. Small kids may find this quite difficult. The drop is 196m so climbing up and down raises the heart rate for sure. The park and picnic area are pristine and a very large space with great washroom facilities.
    Written April 14, 2023
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  • LVPH
    Toronto114 contributions
    Seneca Casino has a great design minus the smoking section. The main part of the casino has a view of the STIR stage where pretty good to great entertainment takes place every Friday and Saturday. The bands can be heard and seen from pretty much everywhere.

    Gift days are a nightmare. Herds of people jammed into 8 lines with little space where we line up sometimes for over a half hour just to print the slip so that we can go line up again to pick up the gift. A gift typically worth 20-30 bucks unless it's Advantage RSVP gift day and then it's likely worth closer to a 100 bucks. Seneca please find solutions or alternatives to making us feel like cattle in a herd. Move some of the computer screens over to the Will Call or go back to the good old fashioned way of having a customer service rep take you from A to B in one step.

    Seneca Casino Slots and the drop in payout %'s the past few months is tangible. It's clear to me and everyone I speak to that our gaming budget lasts half or less of what it used to. It's why our visits or getting less frequent. If it keeps up our visits will be ending. The best way to keep avid slot players coming back it to give free slot play and to give players a fighting chance to play longer on their budget. Let them win sometimes or at least break even. Slot offers have been going down and slot play has been harder and harder to enjoy. It's common now to go through 200 bucks and not get a bonus play.

    Seneca staff are mostly friendly. Drink service is good. Restaurants are lacking. The Western Door is good to great. La Cascata serve the worst Lasagna ever. Not what it was pre-Pandemic. They need a change. 3 Sisters is just okay. Good coffee but below avg breakfast. Need to scrap the buffet breakfast and focus on improved quality of breakfast items. Actual fried potatoes would be nice. Blues is fine. Need one more restaurant that offers a Blues type menu in a sit and serve upgraded restaurant.

    Seneca offers a Vegas style Casino with good drink service. The casino resort needs a larger version of the Bears Den that holds 3000 people so they can draw bigger name talent. One was scheduled to be built back before the 2008 great recession. It's time to bring that back to life. The main roads from Canada to the casino have been upgraded. Let's hope the improvements continue to expand and make NF USA as nice as the Canadian side.
    Written December 16, 2023
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  • James S
    1 contribution
    Overall an amazing experience! Though we went during the winter, our tour guide Nancy did a spectacular job in capturing the beauty of the Falls and the other attractions in Canada and in USA, and overall creating a great environment. We could never ask for a better experience, but please be sure to bring a nice jacket if your planing on coming during the winter! #TeamNancy
    Written February 17, 2024
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  • Mary W
    7 contributions
    We went on a tour on a small bus with a very good tour guide Larry S. He is very knowledgeable in the history of the area
    Written September 23, 2022
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  • Alejandro F
    Mexico City, Mexico9 contributions
    Great place and experience ! I recomend going there with your family or friends.
    Expect, obviously to get totally soaked!
    Written December 28, 2023
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  • J D
    St. Louis, United States18 contributions
    Our tour was the 1-hour guided tour and Cave of the Winds. Tour guide Michael was fine. He told a couple stories. We stayed on the Canadian side. We didn't know the travel time to Goat Island or through border control so we arrived at the park early. We had plenty of time to walk and visit Horseshoe Falls (actually got to see the rainbows because it was around 8am and the sun wasn't too high), American and Bridal Veil falls on our own. We walked all around the park be the time the tour begain at 10am. Michael told us a couple stories but then got us our tickets to Cave of the Winds since we already walked around ourselves. Cave of the Winds was less than 20-minutes. We walked the wooded path along the cliff, took a few pictures and that was it. Getting in the park, walking ourselves and reading posted things about the history and the Cave of the Winds would have been much cheaper than the tour. The 'tour' really wasn't needed and not recommended for the tour we did.
    Written May 9, 2023
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  • George M
    Ontario, CA6 contributions
    It’s a amazing 🤩 place if you go to Buffalo

    There bus 🚎 are free to take your mind off your daily life.

    The bus driver are very friendly we had 14 people with us we had blast 💥 from the past

    JUST TO TIP THE DRIVER AS COURTESY

    GO BUFFALO GO
    Written January 30, 2024
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  • Sean P
    2 contributions
    Steve was great. He really kept the group well-informed and we loved all of youse would highly recommend this tour with hi .
    Written July 11, 2023
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