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Being a tour guide here in Niagara Falls we often run into the same complaints. Souvenir shops are over priced. In most cases this is a true statement. Souvenir city being an exception. I stop my bus at souvenir city everyday for my tourists to enjoy the food court, souvenir shop, Rossi glass and they all love the free chocolate... 更多
I really wanted to stop here after seing the reviews here and seing the web site. I was so excited to see the glass blowing as they said on their web sight that you can see them in the work shop. Well I was very disappointed when I noticed that no one was blowing glass on that day. The shop... 更多
The business has all your typical souviniers but they priced more than other places. You can pick up a 20% couplon o. The web or the attratration books. The bathrooms are clean. Now the bad part, we were not able to buy anything in the chocolate store. It was 8:40 PM and they close at 9. We were told "she's... 更多
Go try the homemade fudge in the right corner, it was amazing! The staff is incredibly friendly and gives out samples of the different flavors. Once I tried it I was hooked! So good!
We stopped here before going back to the USA. The prices seemed higher than all the other shops. The same Maple Syrup was $6.00 more for the same size and packaging. If you go onto their website you can print a coupon for 20% off. We dos finds a couple of cute items that were reasonably priced.
Thirsty? Pick up a drink. Hungry? Get a hot dog. Need a rest room, they are clean. To make more of this is over reaching. The souvenirs can be bought everywhere in Niagara Falls. Stop, if you have too or drive on by.
First... Free fudge samples!!! They literally let us sample as many flavours as we wanted! Of course then we had to buy a box of it but only out of our newfound addiction, not because they pushed it on us. They even had sugar free which was pretty good! Even if you're not interested in buying anything, there are some... 更多
We stopped here and walked thru the various parts of the "city" - a very large roadside souvenir stand. As well as all sorts of Niagara-styled and Canadian souvenirs, you can get glass objects and fudge/chocolate. There are various displays outside including Mounties for a picture opportunity. It was Ok although we didn't actually buy anything.
We stopped at Souvenir City before going to White Water Walk to look at souvenirs. We did not buy at this location due to right away noticing prices on items were $1-$3 higher than other shops we had looked at. We waited and got the same items cheaper near our hotel.
We decided to make a quick stop and see what was here. It was so great to watch the glass blower demonstration and to wander through the shop. Things are a bit pricey here, but it's worth taking a peek.