Niagara City Cruises extends its season until late November
Published October 6, 2023 at 3:17 pm
Niagara City Cruises – the boats that get visitors up close and personal with the Fall – said today that they are extending their 2023 season until Nov. 26, the latest in the year the tourist attraction has ever run.
After announcing they had surpassed two million passengers this season, the subsidiary company of Hornblower Cruises said they would operate regular hours until Oct. 10 and then continue with reduced hours until Nov. 26.
Due to the mild spring, their 2023 season started at its earliest ever on March 16, making this an unprecedented nine months of tours.
Aided by the early start, they were able to hit the record two million passenger mark, making them perhaps the most popular seasonal tourist attraction in Niagara Falls.
Since taking over from Maid of the Mists tours in 2014, Niagara City Cruises usually attracted about 1.7 million passengers annually.
“Niagara Falls is an iconic destination, and we are proud of the role we play in making it an unforgettable experience for the millions of guests who have joined us this year,” says Mory DiMaurizio, Chief Operating Officer of City Cruises in Canada.
“2023 has been a comeback year, and we look forward to hosting even more guests through the end of our season.”
To see the extended schedule with modified hours, check here. Ticket prices are $32.75 for adults, and $22.75 for children ages 3 to 12. Infants 2 and under ride free.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising