• Pay $44 for one admission to the Festival of Lights Tour with Niagara Fun Tours ($89 value)
• Valid on Friday and Saturday nights November 30, 2012 thru January 28, 2013
• Leisurely tour with many fun stops and activities
• Tour lasts 3.5 - 4.5 hours
• Family friendly tour that is a great idea for the holiday season
• Multiple pick up options in Niagara Falls
• PROMOTION EXPIRES January 28, 2013
The Niagara Falls Festival of Lights is a holiday tradition that is dripping with the spirit of the season. During this breathtaking tour you will enjoy many scenic stops along the way. You will get to visit the Angelo Rossi Glass Gallery for an interactive glass blowing demonstration, and make a stop at the Hershey Chocolate Store so you can see for yourself just how their delicious treats are made. This half-price deal also includes a free ride up the Skylon Tower. Plus there are fireworks on Friday nights at 9 pm.
Niagara Fun Tours is an online business that gets you access to the best that Niagara Falls has to offer. You can book your tour in advance by visiting their website.
$44 for a Festival of Lights Tour from Niagara Fun Tours
- Voucher has a value of $89 and covers the costs of one admission to the 2012 Festival of Lights Tour with Niagara Fun Tours. Merchant will abide by all laws governing voucher. No cash or credit back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Redemption of voucher is subject to availability and a reservation must be made prior to redeeming voucher. Tour operates Friday and Saturday nights at 6:30 p.m., November 30, 2012 through January 28, 2013 Tours are subject to availability.
To make reservations visit http://www.niagarafuntours.com/niagara_winter_lights_tour.html#
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The first known strand of electric lights used to brighten the holiday season was made in 1880 by Thomas Edison. These unique strands of light were strung outside of Mr. Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory.