Set Course For an Adventure in Niagara Falls, Canada
Travel tips and resources for your visit!
We look forward to seeing you soon. See below for helpful tools to plan getting here, staying here and exploring everything that Niagara Falls, Canada has to offer.
Directions and Parking
Hornblower Niagara Cruises is located in the heart of Niagara Falls, Canada just steps away from the mighty Falls. Travelling to Niagara is quite simple as it has a well-developed network of highways that allow seamless travel into and throughout the region.
Crossing the border? Don’t forget to carry acceptable identification and a valid visa when entering into Canada. For more details on how to get here, crossing the border and where to park, visit our Directions and Parking page.
Staying in Niagara
Niagara Falls, Canada has accommodations for every taste and budget. From quaint bed & breakfasts to hotels and inns, or camping getaways that bring you close to nature, Niagara has everything you need. Want to stay near Hornblower Niagara Cruises? Look for family friendly hotels in the Clifton Hill District or check out accommodations near the entertainment district – Fallsview Boulevard – like the Hilton Hotel and Suites Niagara Falls/Fallsview, featuring a 53-storey hotel tower, the tallest in Canada.
Things To Do
Be sure to check out Niagara’s ultimate nighttime entertainment; our Falls Fireworks Cruise or Niagara’s newest party, our VIP Brews & Cruise Event. Plus, explore Ontario’s only 56-kilometre outdoor adventure museum – the Niagara Park.
Staying an extra day or two? Visit Niagara-on-the-Lake – voted one of the most welcoming places on earth by Booking.com guest reviews.
No matter the season, there’s always something to circle on your calendar when visiting Niagara. With wine and food festivals, live music and theatre, annual events and more, you’ll never run out of things to do or places to go in Niagara. To find your next event, visit here.
Visiting from November to January? Be sure to visit one of the most enchanting of Niagara attractions, The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights, which has become a Holiday tradition for over one million visitors from around the globe.