Niagara Parks COVID-19 Information Centre
All of Niagara Parks’ public facing operations are closed in accordance with the provincial shutdown and stay-at-home order. This closure includes all Niagara Parks attractions, restaurants, golf courses and retail stores, as well as the WEGO Green Line bus service and the Falls Incline Railway.
Top Things to Know
Here are the most important things you need to know when visiting Niagara Parks:
Face coverings are required at all Niagara Parks attractions and indoor public spaces. Guests are encouraged to bring their own, but disposable options are also available.
Timed attraction reservations can be made at any Niagara Parks attraction or Welcome Centre. Attraction pass-holders receive priority access to capacity-limited locations.
Cleaning procedures have been enhanced across Niagara Parks. Extra attention is paid to high-touch areas, and guests are encouraged to make frequent use of hand wash and sanitizer stations.
Learn more about specific measures we have implemented at our experiences to create a safe and secure way to explore Ontario’s only 56-kilometre outdoor adventure museum.
We're excited to welcome you! Check out some of the general precautions we're taking to keep you safe.Learn More
Standing at the foot of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls or experiencing our enjoying a stroll though a tropical paradise surrounded by thousands of butterflies, learn how we're creating a safer experience for our guests.Learn More
Niagara Parks is dedicated to sourcing local ingredients for our restaurants. Learn how we're also reshaping the experience to provide a safe, comfortable experience for all.Learn More
We Are Committed to Your Safety
Niagara Parks is a proud recipient of the Safe Travels Stamp. The Safe Travels Stamp is an international symbol designed by the World Travel & Tourism Council to allow travellers to recognize governments and companies around the world, which have adopted health and hygiene, standardized protocols – so consumers can experience ‘Safe Travels’.