Buffalo-Niagara, New York
Buffalo has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, from a redeveloped waterfront and revitalized neighborhoods to a burgeoning craft beer scene and over $1 billion in new investment. Now there’s even more fun and exciting things to do in Buffalo!
Whether exploring the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame or chowing down on cuisine from celeb chefs, a visit to Cleveland means world-class experiences without the world-class ego.
New restaurants, entertainment districts, retailers and businesses are everywhere. All this exciting development is a sign that it’s GO time in Detroit.
Located on the far western shores of Lake Superior, Duluth enjoys rugged shorelines with spectacular views and a booming international port.
Named one of “America’s Prettiest Towns” by Forbes Magazine, and an “All- American City” by the National Civic League, downtown Holland’s cobblestone sidewalks line the streets with over 100 locally owned shops, galleries, eateries, and brew pubs.
At the gateway of the 1000 Islands and the UNESCO-designated Rideau Canal, Kingston is a city rich in history and culture and home to a vibrant arts, food and maker community. Located right in Ontario’s backyard, find out why Kingston will soon become your new favorite weekend getaway.
Mackinac Island, Michigan
For centuries, visitors have found this national landmark to be the ideal vacation spot. No cars. No chain hotels. Just world-famous Mackinac Island Fudge, historic Fort Mackinac, unique shopping and diverse dining.
Milwaukee offers an exceptional blend of stunning natural beauty, big city arts, exciting entertainment, and Midwestern charm.
Visitors will enjoy riding a trolley to visit the rich historic district, famed Muskegon Museum of Art, and two maritime “in the water” museums.
Sault Ste Marie, Michigan
From the moment you arrive at the Sault Ste Marie port you know you are in a place steeped in history!
Explore the great city of Chicago known for its world-class dining and architecture. Spend a day soaking in the beauty of Chicago’s North Shore or Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes in Oak Park. Are you Up for Amazing? Plan your Illinois adventure.
Erie, Pennsylvania’s fourth largest city along the shores of Lake Erie, is on beautiful Presque Isle Bay, surrounded by a seven-mile peninsula. As Pennsylvania’s only Great Lakes Port City, Erie has an extensive maritime history.
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Home of the Packers, Green Bay is famous for football. Explore Lambeau Field, the Packers Hall of Fame and Titletown, with shops, activities, restaurants and breweries to enjoy.
Little Current, Ontario
On beautiful Manitoulin Island on Lake Huron, the quaint and charming town of Little Current is the perfect starting point to explore the world's largest freshwater island with its long and rich indigenous history. Manitoulin Island offers a truly immersive and cultural aboriginal experience of its original inhabitants.
Known as Wisconsin’s “Maritime Capital,” Manitowoc offers stunning parks and beaches, historic downtown charm and a variety of arts and cultural attractions on the coast of Lake Michigan.
Set on the southern shore of Lake Superior, Marquette is the largest city in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This vibrant community has mastered satisfying appetites hungry for nature, great food, craft beer, and unique experiences.
The Town of Midland is a dynamic community situated on Georgian Bay. Take a stroll through the hub of our downtown area and enjoy the array of boutiques, restaurants and services, cultural experiences, as well as the beautiful murals scattered throughout the downtown core.
With a little European charm and a lot of urban vibe, Montréal is always an exciting place to be. The city is compact, safe and pedestrian-friendly, which means you can easily walk from the Montréal Cruise Terminal to your hotel, and then onward to restaurants, cafés, theatres and entertainment venues.
Upper Canada Village is one of the largest living-history sites in Canada. Featured are over forty historical buildings. Go back to the 1860s and spend a day with the villagers as they go about their daily chores using authentic historic tools!
Parry Sound, Ontario
Located on the shores of Georgian Bay in the Big Sound ships entering port will be greeted by a view of the Parry Sound Harbour and the Trestle bridge. Surrounded by forests, lakes, streams and the rugged beauty of pink granite of the Canadian Shield. Visitors will be delighted with the variety of recreational activities available.
Québec City, Québec
Great outdoor adventures, history and gastronomic delights await visitors in Québec City, one of Canada’s most charming and breathtaking cities. Rated among the top cruise destinations in the world, its beautiful cobblestone streets are just steps away from the cruise terminal.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie offers world-class outdoor experiences second to none with easy access to nature and spectacular attractions. Downtown Sault Ste. Marie offers many dining and shopping options to satisfy a variety of tastes and interests.
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
History and natural beauty meet in Door County’s world-renowned shipbuilding hub. Visit the maritime museum, historic shopping districts, restaurants and a vibrant arts scene in Sturgeon Bay.
Canada’s largest city and most-visited destination, Toronto is Canada’s Downtown. Toronto blends the best of modern Canadian diversity and inclusiveness with top attractions, restaurants, music, architecture, culture and festivals.
Welland Canal / Port Colborne (Niagara Falls), Ontario
Port Colborne is primarily a jumping off point for tours of the Niagara Peninsula to visit both Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake. In town there’s a lovely Port Promenade from which to view the ships and boats coming through the Canal and a Historical & Marine Museum as well as many shops and restaurants.
Windsor, the proud gateway between Canada and the USA is an incredible community that offers world-class entertainment, fascinating historical and cultural landmarks, diverse cuisine and unparalleled waterfront parks and gardens.
A waterfront community, Wyandotte is rich in history and is known for its distinctive architecture, charming downtown district, beautiful Bishop Park and a variety of cultural offerings.