Plan Your Visit
Planning a trip to Niagara Falls? Find out everything you need to know about passport requirements, customs, hours of operation, attraction passes and more.
Niagara Parks Hours
While Niagara Falls itself is always open for viewing, each Niagara Parks attraction and restaurant has its own hours of operation throughout the year.
Niagara Parks FAQ
About Niagara Parks
Does Niagara Parks offer water bottle filling stations?
Water filling stations can be found at the following locations around Niagara Parks: Niagara Glen Nature Centre, Botanical Gardens, Butterfly Café, Queenston Heights, McFarland House, Niagara Parks Marina.
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
How do I pick my date of arrival?
You don't have to! When buying online, the Adventure Pass Classic, Plus, and Falls Pass are valid for redemption any time from May 1 to October 29, 2023. When you arrive at Niagara Parks, one of our attraction or Welcome Centre staff would be happy to assist with redeeming your package for the attractions included in your pass.
Are there special guidelines in place?
Niagara Parks continues to follow the guidance of our provincial public health officials in all operational decisions related to COVID-19. In accordance with the regulations implemented on March 21, 2022 by the Government of Ontario, guests are no longer required to wear face coverings indoors at Niagara Parks, with the exception of accessing our transportation services including WEGO and the Falls Incline Railway. We support the individual choices of those who wish to continue wearing face coverings at our sites and ask that guests be courteous and respectful in maintaining appropriate physical distance from others where possible.
What is WEGO?
WEGO is the hop-on, hop-off visitor transportation system that connects all Niagara Parks locations to many hotels in Niagara as well as other Niagara Falls tourism areas. Three WEGO lines all connect at the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls at Table Rock Welcome Centre.
Where do I pick up my pass?
When you buy online, you can print your tickets from home and bring them to any Niagara Parks Welcome Centre or attraction to redeem for your full package, including scan card loaded with attraction admissions, coupons, and a full map of Niagara Parks so you'll have no problem exploring. You don't need to print our your passes; just show your passes on a mobile device once to redeem!
How much is a child pass?
For children aged six to twelve, the Adventure Pass Classic is $35 + HST, the Niagara Falls Pass is $48 + HST, and the Adventure Pass Plus is $55 + HST. 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.