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Niagara Segway offers unique opportunities for tours in the Niagara Region.
Tours are held at The Welland Canal Museum Complex, at the Henry of Pelham Family Estate Winery and at Port Dalhousie.
3 Tours along the Welland Canal are offered and start at the St Catharines Museum located at 1932 Welland Canals Parkway, St. Catharines, ON L2R 7K6.
The 1h Tour (5km) takes you to the Flight/Twin Locks and back, while your guide explains you all the history and engineering of the Canal along the way.
The 2h Tour (9km) goes all the way to Lock 7 in Thorold and back. You will recover the same path as the Twin Locks but will go further and discover some mural paintings.
The 40 minutes Tour (2km) goes in the other direction, toward the Homer Bridge. New this season, you can take this tour on a Segway miniPRO (3 people maximum)! With no handle bar, you change direction using your knees, leaving your arms and hands free! Come and give it a try!
The Tour at the Henry of Pelham Winery takes you through the Vineyards for about 1h while enjoying the beautiful scenery. Then we take you to the Wine Shop where you enjoy a complimentary wine tasting.
In Port Dalhousie (1h30-7km), we start in the Jaycee Gardens Park. We travel through The Royal Henley Park and Rennie Park. We then cross the street and visit the shores of Lake Ontario. We go all the way to the Marina and on the way back we stop at the Lakeside Beach. We then return to Jaycee Gardens to enjoy a seoncd time the beautiful scenary offered by the Martindale Pond.
Segway tour participants must be at least 12 years old and weigh between 100 and 250 pounds.
Not ready to ride a Segway yet? Come and take a walking Tour of beautiful Thorold!
The city of Thorold is located only 15 minutes from Niagara Falls and offers its visitors gorgeous buildings and houses which have been carefully maintained and renovated.You will learn 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.
For more information on our tours, feel free to give us a call at 289-213-1532 or visit our website at niagarasegway.com.