Niagara Falls, Canada was selected in the “Top 20 Travel Experiences” category. BEST OF THE WORLD 2024 was created, researched, reported, and written in collaboration with National Geographic’s international editorial teams, which serve millions of readers through their magazines and websites around the world. Among those top picks, the Total Solar Eclipse in Niagara Falls is ranked #11. Read the NatGeo Release Here
“Niagara Falls is known globally for memorable experiences and visits. Our city and partners are experts in extending warm hospitality to a large number of guests, and we are looking forward to welcoming guests to one of the best locations in the world to view the Eclipse” says Janice Thomson, President and CEO of Niagara Falls Tourism. “The eclipse will be one of those rare and special moments where you will be able to witness one wonder, right above another. We expect it to be a wonderful event, one that will make lasting memories for all that visit.”
(3) minutes duration of totality, 2.5 hrs. start to finish
(Niagara Falls, Canada) Niagara Falls Tourism is set to welcome all visitors to experience a once-in-a-lifetime event in a bucket-list location. It is set up to be an extremely popular spot to view the eclipse and is one the best locales in the world to view the 3 minutes of darkness beginning at 3:18 p.m.
Almost a century ago in 1925, Niagara Falls experienced a full solar eclipse and isn’t expected to witness it again until 2144. A Detailed events schedule will be released in the coming weeks but Niagara Falls Tourism is encouraging visitors to make plans to stay in the destination to avoid the extreme traffic delays that are expected.