Plan Your Adventure
Plan Your Visit
Planning a trip to Niagara Falls? Whether you’re a first timer or a seasoned visitor, we have some suggestions on how you make the most of your visit. Find out everything you need to know here like directions, passport requirements, customs and more.
Create your Adventure
Forge your own path. Use our itinerary planner to discover attractions, see operation hours, and plan your next visit to Niagara Parks.
WINTER FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
NOV 3, 2018 – JAN 31, 2019
Capturing the magic of the holiday season, the Winter Festival of Lights features millions of dazzling lights in Queen Victoria Park and throughout Niagara Parks.
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Traveling from Toronto?
Getting to the brink of the falls from Toronto just got a whole lot easier. The GO Niagara Seasonal Train service runs weekends throughout the summer months and includes a round-trip GO Train ticket and two-day access to WEGO. New this year, enjoy extended access into Niagara-on-the-Lake during your stay.
About Niagara Parks
Where can I park?
Niagara Parks offers a wide range of parking locations. Please visit our 'Getting Around' section for more details.
Is entrance to the park free?
Yes, there is no fee to enter Niagara Parks. Most lots are paid parking lots.
What is Niagara Parks?
Niagara Parks is an agency of the Government of Ontario whose role is to protect and preserve the lands along the Niagara River Corridor, including the Niagara Falls.
Adventure & Wonder Passes
When can I use my Wonder Pass?
Your pass is valid all season long, until April 15, 2019. Whether you want to experience everything in one day or spread your admissions out over your entire visit, it's totally up to you! The included WEGO and Falls Incline access is however for consecutive two-day use. If required, ask at a Niagara Parks Welcome Centre how you can add more days to your WEGO access.
When does the Wonder Pass expire?
The Niagara Falls Wonder Pass is valid until May 4, 2018. You may spread the attractions on your Wonder Pass out or complete them all in one day. Please note that the included 2-day WEGO access begins counting down when you board your first WEGO bus after initial redemption. The Falls Incline Railway access is also valid for two consecutive days.
When does the Pass expire?
The included attractions in the Niagara Falls Adventure Pass are good all season long, until November 4, 2018. You may spread the attractions on your Adventure Pass out or complete them all in one day. Please note that the included 2-day WEGO access begins counting down when you board your first WEGO bus after initial redemption.
What is WEGO?
WEGO is a visitor transportation system that includes 4 bus lines all connecting at Table Rock Centre, at the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. WEGO provides hop-on, hop-off access to Niagara Parks attractions, your Niagara hotel, and other tourism areas in the city. For online purchasers, just show your tickets on your mobile device to ride free into Niagara Parks in order to redeem for your full package. Your included 2-day access with the Pass does not begin counting until the first time you board a WEGO bus after redemption.
How much is a child Pass?
Children 6 to 12 are $43 + HST for the Classic and Nature Pass, and $65 + HST for the Plus Pass. Children aged five and under are free at all Niagara Parks attractions.
Travelling from the United States
Does Niagara Parks accept US currency?
Yes, Niagara Parks accepts US currency and provides change in US currency at all locations.
What is the closest border crossing to Niagara Parks?
The closest border crossing to the core area of Niagara Parks is the Rainbow Bridge.