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It was really nice to be close to the Falls from the observation deck. And to hear the roar and the power of the falls was awesome. Disappointed about the view of the falls from the tunnels- really couldn’t see anything. When I go back...More
You can see them from above, from the water but this is most unusual...to see them from behind.
A constant rumble of the water as you walk the tunnels. Numerous display boards with lots of info, so take your time and read them.
This tour takes you to the tunnels behind the falls and to an observation platform right next to them. I’m not sure why these tunnels were dug, but they were very cool. You get to see the other side of the falls! The best part...More
This was part of our SeeSight Best of Niagara tour so we were dropped off and it was an easy walk with multiple views of the Falls. We were able to get some great photos from all levels and there was also a nice gift...More
The journey is a series of tunnels behind the horseshoe falls. Its dark & damp. The little ponchos they distribute won't really keep you dry. Wear your full rain gear for this attraction if you want to be comfortable!
The viewing platform at the start...More
This was my favorite thing to do in the area. I did the Cave of the Winds as well, but the Journey Behind the Falls gets you behind the falls where you can see and hear the water crashing down. It’s definitely a different perspective....More
Had to do it to say we did it, the price was reasonable so off we went. Getting off the elevator there were no real guidance so we just went straight, led us to the outside decks to beside the horseshoe falls, absolutely amazing, could...More
My wife and I had one day in Niagara Falls, so we decided to do all the touristy stuff. The Journey Behind the Falls is one of those things. We didn't have any wait to get our raingear and descend the elevator. The tour is...More