The Maid of the Mist is a vessel voyage through Niagara Falls, beginning and closure on the American side, crossing quickly into Ontario amid a segment of the trek. The real vessels utilized are likewise named Maid of the Mist, trailed by an alternate Roman numeral for each situation. The pontoon begins off at a quiet piece of the Niagara River, close to the Rainbow Bridge, and takes its travelers past the American and Bridal Veil Falls, at that point into the thick fog of shower inside the bend of the Horseshoe Falls, otherwise called the Canadian Falls. The visit begins and profits for the U.S. side of the waterway.
The first Maid of the Mist was worked at an arrival close Niagara Falls on the American side of the fringe. The watercraft was dedicated in 1846 as a fringe crossing ship; its first excursion was on September 18, 1846.