Canada is one of the best places in the world for enjoying the transition from summer to fall!

From rich oranges to brilliant reds and royal purples, the changing leaves along with the cooler temperatures will make this tour a welcome change from those sweltering summer days. And along with fabulous fall foliage and extraordinary photo opportunities, you’ll explore some of Canada’s most historical and diverse cities. 

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Montreal Skyline

Montreal Skyline

Montreal City Tour

With the help of a professional guide, explore this exciting city aboard a comfortable tram. Highlights include Old Montreal, the historic center of the city; Notre-Dame Basilica; Olympia Park, home of the 1976 Summer Olympic Games; and St. Joseph’s Oratory, high atop Mt. Royal.   

Thousand Islands Boat Cruise

There is no better way to enjoy the Thousand Islands than by water. Entertaining facts and figures by a professional guide are provided as you pass by stately homes and estates, spectacular castles and secluded coves.

Ottawa City Tour

This fabulous city is located on the banks of the Ottawa River and is home to the Rideau Canal, the oldest continuously operated canal system in North America. On this tour you’ll be able to shop at Byward Market; see Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada; and cruise by Parliament Hill and the Canadian Museum of Civilization. 

Skylon Tower Lunch

One of the most popular tourist attractions, the Skylon Tower is literally steps away from the Falls. Enjoy the amazing view from the Indoor/Outdoor Observation Deck that is reached by the exterior glass-enclosed “Yellow Bug” elevators. Then you’ll enjoy a fabulous lunch at either the Revolving Dining Room or the Summit Suite Buffet Dining Room. 

Niagara Falls Tour

Enjoy the Niagara Parkway and see such points of interest as the Brock’s Monument, the Floral Clock, the Botanical Gardens, the Butterfly conservatory and Queenston Heights. Explore the many art galleries, antique shops, bakeries, restaurants and gift shops. The entire tour is narrated, so the excursion is both fun and educational.

Corning Glass Center and Outlet Store

You’ll experience master craftsmen creating glass works of art, participate in a short 40 minute “Make Your Own Glass” class, and explore the Glass Innovation Center and the Corning Museum. Then don’t forget to pack an extra empty bag so you can fill it up with all the great buys at the Corning Outlet Store!

Entrance to Corning Museum of Glass

Entrance to Corning Museum of Glass

Cooperstown-Baseball Hall of Fame

Dedicated in 1939, the Baseball Hall of Fame was founded in order to preserve the great and rich history of America’s number one sport. The museum includes historical artifacts, over 500,000 photographs and treasured memorabilia of the game and its players. Make sure to visit the Hall of Fame gallery and the Bronze Plaque Gallery.

Toronto City Tour

This tour takes you through all the diverse neighborhoods, retail and dining districts, historical sites and popular attractions Toronto is known for. A knowledgeable guide will entertain, inform and educate along with answering any questions you may have.  

Toronto at Night

Toronto at Night