Niagara’s only Segway tours, allow you to explore the stunning Niagara Region on a fun, easy and exciting Segway! You'll get to learn about the history of the Niagara, Welland and Port Dalhousie areas from the comfort of a Segway.
There is a wide range of Segway and Walking tours offered:
Welland Canal SEGWAY Tours
TWIN LOCKS TOUR (1h)
The Twins Locks Tour starts from the Lock 3 Museum and continues South towards and up the Niagara Escarpment where “the ships climb the mountain”. Fairly easy, this is perfect for beginners!
LOCK 7 TOUR (2H)
The Lock 7 Tour starts at the Lock 3 Museum and continues South towards and up the Niagara Escarpment past the Twin Locks and ending at the Lock 7 Viewing Centre next to the Kissing Rock in Thorold. This is our longest tour, designed for Segway Lovers.
HOMER BRIDGE TOUR (30min)
Want to experience the Segway but you do not have much time? This short loop to the Homer Bridge is the one for you. **New for 2018 – You can now take this tour on a Segway miniPRO!** (3 people maximum on the miniPRO)
Port Dalhousie Segway Tour (1H30)
Our most scenery and challenging tour brings you to the shore of Lake Ontario in the beautiful town of Port Dalhousie. We start in Jaycee Gardens Park, and go through Rennie Park to admire its rowing facility. Then we cruise along the piers and enjoy beautiful views of the lake, Port Dalhousie, and Toronto on clear days.
Niagara Winery Segway Tour
Unique and first in the Niagara area this Segway experience is like no other winery or vineyard tour! Ride a cool Segway through the vineyards while learning about the history of the region and the techniques used to grow wonderful grapes.
NEW FOR 2018
Not ready for a Segway Tour yet but eager to discover the region off the beaten path? We are proud to offer WALKING Tours of Downtown Thorold. Located only 15 minutes away from the Falls, come and discover its gorgeous buildings and houses which have been carefully maintained and renovated.
You will learn about its rich history, closely related to the Welland Canal since its opening in 1829.
A testimony of its beauty, Thorold has been recently awarded the prestigious Prince of Wales Award from the National Trust for Canada for its oustanding work in preserving its heritage.