We got here at about 6:30 in the morning on a very cold rainy spring (felt more like winter) day. We had the whole falls to ourselves and it was amazing!!! My 7 year old daughter was in awe. We can't wait to come back...More
If those are the only two attractions you want to do then I would book them separately as the adventures passes are more expensive. I booked a winter pass which was well worth the money with 60% off but the summer passes... More
If those are the only two attractions you want to do then I would book them separately as the adventures passes are more expensive. I booked a winter pass which was well worth the money with 60% off but the summer passes you don't save as much. There's three passes: the classic, nature and plus. Classic for $65 + tax (roughly £45) and Plus for $110 + tax (roughly £70) both include the Hornblowers Cruises and Journey Behind The Falls but booking them separately would only be £46 + tax (roughly £30). The classic pass also includes Niagara Fury which is a short 'water' ride; personally I felt it wasn't worth the money and I only did it as it was included within my pass. It also includes the White Water Walk which I didn't do as it was closed in the winter time but I've heard it's supposed to be good. The pass also includes two days on the WeGo buses which are the tourist buses - the green line takes you to all the attractions and the other two routes are mainly around the Clifton Hill area where most of the hotels are. As someone without a car I found these very helpful to get around and they also work on the normal city buses which run until late. They don't tell you that when you buy the pass but trust me, they work on the normal buses as well. Personally if you were you, I'd go for the classic pass but it all depends what your interests and budget are. The plus offers all of the above plus other attractions such as the butterfly conservatory, flower house, whirlpool aero car etc. I didn't think the conservatory or flower house where worth the money but like I say it all depends on your interests. The 3 passes and what they include are available on the Niagara Parks website (it won't let me include the URL unfortunately). I hope this information has helped!