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The Perfect 48 Hours in Niagara Falls Canada

The Perfect 48 Hours in Niagara Falls Canada

It’s no secret that Niagara Falls is our favorite weekend getaway in Ontario. The largest waterfall by flow rate in the world is practically in our backyard! From quick one-day trips to long weekends, we have been going to Niagara Falls together since 1996. It can be overwhelming to visit.

Between the crowds, casinos, and epic attractions, how do you see the best Niagara Falls in two days? We’ve put together this two-day Niagara Falls itinerary to help you plan the perfect getaway.

48 Hours in Niagara Falls

Before visiting the waterfalls, purchase the Adventure Pass Classic, which you can purchase online through Niagara Parks and pick up at any Niagara attraction. You will also need to book the Hornblower separately ahead of time.

Getting around Niagara Falls is very easy. Once you get to the city, you will want to pick up your Adventure Pass at your first attraction, which includes unlimited rides on WeGo Transportation, which will get you around Niagara Falls for two days.

Niagara Falls Itinerary – Day 1

This two-day Niagara Falls itinerary focuses on the Canadian side, which is the best when it comes to views and attractions. Stay tuned for our American Niagara Falls guide coming in the next two weeks!

Morning Niagara Falls

Before your day begins, check into your hotel and leave your bags with the front desk. We suggest staying at the The Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa  You won’t be able to get into your room until 3pm but you can at least have your bags ready for when you want to freshen up before dinner or to enjoy some time at the Burning Springs Spa to relax in its thermal pools.

After you have checked in. It is time to make your way to your first stop on your two day Niagara Falls itinerary. Check out Where to Stay in Niagara Falls – Best Hotels in 2024

Journey Behind the Falls

Journey Behind the Falls is an incredible experience takes you 125 feet under the falls to explore 130-year-old tunnels that lead to observation decks directly behind the thundering Horseshoe Falls. It also takes you directly beside Horseshoe Falls for an up close and personal view of the mighty waterfalls.

Once you take the elevator to the bottom, we suggest walking directly to the far end of the tunnels and working your way back. Crowds stand in line to look out at the first tunnel, but the line thins out as you walk further. As you work your way back, you can stop at the other lookouts with less time in line.

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