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St Catharines: Welland Canal Segway Tour

1. St Catharines: Welland Canal Segway Tour

Glide along the Welland Canal, discovering its triumph of engineering and the history of the Niagara region. Taking a Segway tour is the perfect family activity. They are super easy to learn, no one is left behind, and everybody is having fun. You start with individual training, where each participant is allowed to get comfortable before starting the tour. You then travel along the canal on a dedicated and peaceful path, where you learn about the 3 previous canals, and why they got built in the first place. You will observe the Glendale Bridge, and learn how it works and operates. You then head to the main control center and find yourself at the bottom of the Niagara Escarpment. You will climb the escarpment before taking a break and then discover the Twin/Flight Locks. Your guides will give you some interesting information about this Welland Canal, explain how the boats are lifted in, as well as how much time it takes to do so. You then travel to Lock 5 and 6, turn back and then glide along all the way back to the museum, letting you enjoy the Segway ride. You will travel around the Museum and visit the Fallen Workers Memorial, dedicated to the 137 people who lost their lives building this 4th Canal.  Continue onto Lock 7, for the longest Segway tour available in the region. This is the only tour along the Welland Canal, it uses an easy path perfect for beginners. With its 5 or 9 kilometer length, you will be a pro on a Segway by the end the tour, and also possess impressive knowledge about the Welland Canal.

St Catharines: Port Dalhousie Guided Segway Tour

2. St Catharines: Port Dalhousie Guided Segway Tour

What's the perfect way to experience Port Dalhousie's beautiful sceneries? Effortlessly tour Ontario's picturesque waterfront community with the Segway Tour of Port Dalhousie. Meet at the parking of the Jaycee Gardens Park to start this relaxing and beautiful tour. Each participant receives personal training on how to ride a Segway and enough time to practice before beginning the tour. You'll travel through this horticultural park before going to the Royal Henley Park and Rennie Park. Enjoy the waterfront wildlife from all around the port Marina and back. You'll tour the serene parks of Port Dalhousie along the Royal Canadian Henley Rowing Course and its gorgeous port, as well as Lakeside Park and its charming antique Carousel. During the winter tour, you'll stop at a bakery and enjoy a hot drink to warm up. Once you're warm, see the Heavy Eight sculptures commemorating the rich rowing history of the town. With a mix of fun, learning, and scenery, this tour is sure to please everybody in the family.

Ontario: Winter Segway Tour at Henry of Pelham Winery

3. Ontario: Winter Segway Tour at Henry of Pelham Winery

Everyone will meet in the main parking lot of the Henry of Pelham Family Estate Winery in St Catharines. Each person receives an individual training on how to ride a Segway and enough time to practice. Once everybody feels comfortable you will start the tour. There is a lot to learn about the rich history of the Pelham family and it can be traced back to the revolutionary war. The first stop is along raws of Cabernet Sauvignon to learn why winegrowers used to put rose bushes in their vineyards. The family cemetery is another stop to discover the graveyards of Henry and Catharine Smith and learn how they are still celebrated in today's wines. The Niagara escarpment is a tremendous part of what defines Niagara, this tour explains how it impacts the climate and how it helps make it the first winery region in Canada and produces some of the best wines in the world. There is also a description of the modern growing techniques and how the terroir has a major effect on the wine. On the way back, there will be a pause to talk about the native animals of the region, Niagara is home of 300 species of birds, some of them staying all year long.The world renowned ice wine is a big part of the Niagara Region, this tours details how it is produced and why the Niagara region is the perfect place for it. Last but not least: the wine tasting. The Wine shop, originally a tavern built in 1842 by Henry of Pelham, is where a tasting of three different wines of your choice takes place, including their signature Baco Noir and their ice wine. So if you are looking for fun things to do near Niagara Falls this winter, look no further.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 17 reviews

Amazing tour!

This tour was amazing! Guillaume was extremely knowledgeable about the canal. There was no question that I asked that he couldn't answer. He was very patient with my overly excited 13 year old. He ensures to put safety first! I would recommend this tour to anyone visiting the Niagara Falls area in Canada!

I wanted to try something different for our girls day out. This was so much fun, a great tour of the grounds, wonderful company and great wine. I highly recommend it.

Unique experience - we all got to learn a new skill and also learn about the locks and history of the surrounding area. A fairly relaxing way to spend an afternoon.

We really enjoyed the tour. Guillaume was a wonderdul guide for our 1st time. We would definitely recommend!

Interesting and different way to see the area. Knowledgeable and patient guide.