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All reviews through customs border crossing canadian side enter canada international border leaving canada change machine boundary line border control both sides great view nice walk american falls take pictures passport usa turnstile
The Rainbow Bridge is a world-famous landmark and tourist attraction that spans the Niagara River and connects Niagara Falls, New York with Niagara Falls, Ontario. Visitors can cross it on a bicycle / motorcycle or on foot or in a vehicle. Its arched span is...More
You will need coins (American or Canadian) to put in the turnstiles to walk across the bridge-- don't forget your passport to get back in. We did not need coins to re-enter. They had change machines, but only one was working at the time. Have...More
We could not see, except at the entrance & exits, because the bridge was under construction on the walking path. It’’ll probably be nice when it’s finished. You’ll need 4 quarters to enter on the Canadian side. You do not have to pay to walk...More
I was leary about crossing because I am afraid of heights but it is under construction. You cannot really see the falls unobstructed by a chain link fence at any point. The pedestrian walkway is completely closed so one lane of the road is the...More
They don't call it Rainbow Bridge for nothing... When the sun is out it's quite easy to get good rainbow photos together with the bridge. Nothing special about the bridge itself - it can be crossed either by foot or by car, and they charge...More
Response from AndyB5542 | Reviewed this property |
Hopefully lots better than we US citizens had crossing into Canada. We drove into Canada one day, with an hour wait. We walked to the US attractions and had another Hour wait walking back in to Canada.