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Niagara SkyWheel Admission Ticket

Niagara SkyWheel Admission Ticket
Duration:
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From:
USD 9.69
Capture bird's-eye views of Niagara Falls aboard the Niagara SkyWheel, Canada's largest observation wheel. The 175-foot-high (53-meter) giant Ferris wheel offers showstopping views of Niagara River, Niagara Parks and Clifton Hill. Inside a climate-controlled gondola, you can snap photos of the sights as a recording explains what you see during the 8- to 12-minute ride. This budget-friendly Niagara Falls attraction is available year-round, day and night, rain or shine.

Air Taxi Tour from Niagara to Toronto including Ground Transport from Niagara Hotels

Air Taxi Tour from Niagara to Toronto including Ground Transport from Niagara Hotels
Duration:
45 minutes
From:
USD 350.26
After exploring the beautiful Niagara Falls on ground, enjoy the spectacular sights from the air as you fly from Niagara District Airport to Toronto Island Airport. If your time is limited, save yourself the long drive to Toronto. This package includes ground transportation from all Niagara hotels to Niagara District Airport. Once at the airport, board a one-way air taxi for two from Niagara to Toronto, and enjoy a 30-minute air tour of the Niagara Region along the way.<br /><br /><strong>Please note: Two people required per booking</strong>

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Niagara Falls (Ontario) Train Details

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VIA Rail Canada's Toronto-Niagara Falls train offers two departures per day in either direction, one in the morning and one in the late afternoon. On some days in summer there is a third train. The trip is about 2-1/2 hours direct to Niagara Falls from Union Station in Toronto. One of the trains daily continue on to New York City, via Buffalo. On the way back, it leaves New York in the morning and arrives in Niagara Falls in late afternoon.

 

A further four trains per day each way are operated between Toronto and Niagara Falls, only on weekends and (Canadian) holidays and only in the summer, by Toronto-based commuter train operator GO Transit. This service operates weekends and holidays from late June through mid October (Canadian Thanksgiving). It uses the same stations in both cities as the VIA trains, although some intermediate stops use GO-only stations.

 

The Toronto-Niagara Bike Train (known in short as "The Bike Train") is an award-winning initiative in Southern Ontario allowing cyclists to travel by train on Via Rail to destinations across Ontario including Toronto, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, and North Bay, as well as the city of Montreal in Quebec. The Bike Train initiative is independently coordinated, promoted, and ticketed service, utilizing existing Via Rail passenger trains, with an additional baggage car containing bike racks for 56 bicycles. Each passenger ticket for scheduled Bike Train departures includes both a passenger seat and a bike rack reservation.

 

The Niagara Falls Train Station, +1 888-842-7245 (toll-free), is located at 4267 Bridge Street, about 4 kilometres (2.5 miles) from the Falls and right across from the bus depot. Taxi service to the main tourist area at the Falls will run CAD 10-15.




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Last Updated: 22 Aug 2013