Greg Frewin Theatre
As the Greg Frewin Theatre is a popular Niagara Falls attraction, most travelers prefer to prebook their tickets, particularly for weekend performances. Booth and table seating are available. Since the theater is located within walking distance of the falls, it’s easy to catch an evening performance and dinner after an active day spent sightseeing.
Things to Know Before You Go
A performance at the Greg Frewin Theatre is a must for fans of magic shows.
The theater is wheelchair-accessible.
Table service is offered during performances.
How to Get There
Located just steps from bustling Victoria Avenue, the Greg Frewin Theatre is reachable by car or on foot. Alternatively, take the public bus or the convenient regional WEGO bus, which services top Niagara Falls attractions—select retailers in the area sell 24- and 48-hour passes.
When to Get There
To make the most of your visit to the Greg Frewin Theatre, arrive with enough time to have a drink before the performance or enjoy a buffet meal. Tickets are easier to secure for weekday performances—expect more crowds on weekends and around the holidays.
Where to Find the Best Views of Niagara Falls
For panoramic views of Niagara Falls (and the lights over Clifton Hill, if you’re there at night), ride the Niagara SkyWheel, a short walk from the Greg Frewin Theatre. Sit back and take in the view from the glass-enclosed gondola as you’re whisked 175 feet (53 meters) above the surging water. The SkyWheel sometimes closes during inclement weather.
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