Our Cruises

Our Cruises

Home port: Buffalo RiverWorks- 359 Ganson St., Buffalo, NY 14203

Directions: Take Exit 6: Elm St off I-190. Take the ramp for Seneca St. Turn right onto Michigan St. Take Michigan St Bridge over Buffalo River and then turn left onto Ganson St.

Parking:  Parking at Buffalo RiverWorks is free except during certain larger events during which there may be small fee to park.  We encourage car pooling, particularly on the weekends.  During busier times, if able, feel free to park along Ohio St or other nearby street and walk over Michigan St Bridge.  For more information on parking, click here.

Attention Tour Operators and Group Leaders:
The addition of a Grand Lady Cruise is a must on your visit to Niagara Falls.  Conveniently located in the center of the Niagara Region, minutes from downtown Buffalo and Niagara Falls area shopping, attractions, cultural sites and all international bridge crossings.

  it was a great evening, great food, drinks and music. this was a well needed night out for my wife and I who have a 3 Year old and 1 year old. It was a perfect evening get away. We felt as iff we could have been in the south or the west coast on vacation but we were just a few minutes away from our home. Perfect Well done by the crew of Grand lady Cruises. thank you for having this option available for us to do .  

~ TripAdvisor Review from RooK911

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Our Cruises

A boat cruise on the Grand Lady offers many opportunities to enjoy one of the best parts of the Buffalo Niagara Region, our waterfront. The Grand Lady is an 80 foot yacht style luxury cruise vessel offering a variety of public cruise options including lunch, dinner, sightseeing, beer & wine tasting, and special event cruises. Specializing in private charters for all occasions, the Grand Lady is the perfect venue for birthdays, anniversaries, reunions, showers, corporate events, and any social gathering you can think of. Let us help you tie the knot with an intimate wedding reception on the water, complete with an on board ceremony by the Captain!