People are fascinated by the origins of things they love, which explains the popularity of brewery tours or visits to the factory where little sisters are made. See where it all began with this Groupon.
$38 for a Microbrewery and Winery Tour ($89 Value)
After boarding one of Niagara Fun Tours' buses, guests spend four to five hours exploring the world of beer and wine production. The tour stops at three microbreweries and two wineries that all provide tastings of their various libations. Guests also learn about the process of transforming barley and hops into frosty pints during a guided tour of at least one of the breweries. There will also be a lunch stop at Benchmark Restaurant, where guests can purchase snacks and fresh local specialties, as well as a quick tour of Niagara's only chocolate factory, Chocolate FX. Click here for the full schedule and itinerary.
Niagara Fun Tours
The dedicated guides of Niagara Fun Tours escort flocks of visitors around the Niagara region during scenic seasonal tours. Seasonal winery tours visit and taste at four wineries studding the Niagara Wine Belt, where settings range from mountain chalets to baroque and modern castle decor to rustic wood farmhouses. Visitors can also opt for a discovery tour to glimpse Niagara Falls. Guides often conclude their tours with stops at locales such as the fresh-fare-focused Kurtz Orchards marketplace or Chocolate FX, where chocolate artisans fashion often-unconventional taste combinations using traditional panning and moulding techniques. Oenophiles and sightseers embark on a new microbrewery and winery tour, a seasonal winery tour, or scenic tours of Niagara Falls. The five-hour winery-and-microbrewery bus tour makes stops at three nearby microbreweries along with two wineries in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Participants enjoy tastings at each location, have a chance to grab some lunch at Harvest Barn Country Market, and receive a wine tasting at Rancourt Winery. Niagara Fun Tours also provides round-trip transportation for each tour, loading guests into large shuttles that accommodate up to 48 passengers or into vehicles that accommodate up to 24 giraffes.