Getting Around

Getting Around

It can be difficult to find your way around in an unfamiliar place. We've provided our best insider knowledge to get you around town in every season so you have no problems being able to explore Niagara!

Public Transportation


WeGo is the state-of-the-art bus system that connects accommodations and tourist attractions throughout the city of Niagara Falls and Niagara Parks. There are three lines that run: the Blue and Red lines that serve the city's tourist areas, and the Green line that runs through Niagara Parks. You can purchase a pass for 24-hours ($13.00/adult and $9.00/child) or 48-hours ($17.00/adult and $13.00/child) from these retailers.


Starting in April 2024, the Niagara-on-the-Lake Shuttle will connect to WEGO bus services. One-way and round-trip shuttle tickets can be purchased individually at the departure points (the Butterfly Conservatory, the Floral Clock, and Fort George in Niagara-on-the-Lake). All-day access is included with the Niagara Falls Adventure Pass Plus, but not the regular WEGO day-pass.

For pricing, scheduling and further information please refer to the following page.


The Region of Niagara runs public transit bus system that runs seven days a week - with reduced service on Sundays. You can find more details Bus Transit serivice in Niagara Falls here locate your nearest bus stop here. Exact fare (in Canadian dollars) is required when purchasing on the bus. 

Click here for current Transit Fares

By Car


Niagara Falls has several Taxi companies that operate throughout the city, as well as Uber. While you can typically find taxis outside of hotels, transit stations and major attractions, below are a few contact numbers to call a cab:

Niagara Falls Taxi

Central Taxi

905-357-4000 905-358-3232


Renting a car can be useful if you plan on travelling around the Niagara region quite a bit - although is not necessary if you plan to stay only in Niagara Falls or Niagara-on-the-Lake, as WEGO can get you most places around the city.

There are several places to rent a car in Niagara Falls, but it is recommended that you call to reserve your car ahead of time and ensure you qualify to rent the car. If you do rent a car, you can find parking options here.

Three of the closest places to the Horseshoe Falls for car rentals are:

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Discount Car & Truck Rentals

ACE Rent A Car

5590 Stanley Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON 5570 Stanley Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON 5762 Stanley Avenue, Niagara Falls, ON

Bikes & Tours

Bike Rental

Renting a bike during your visit can be a great way to see and travel the area. With free parking and kiosks in Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake, Zoom Leisure Bikes has got everything you'll need to get around town on two wheels. Whether you're looking for a leisurely ride between wineries, or to tackle the off-road paths via mountain bike, you'll find it at Zoom.

They have two locations:



16052 Niagara Parkway, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON 3850 Niagara Parkway, Niagara Falls, ON

Visit our cycling page for more information on biking through Niagara.

Tour Operators

For those seeking the more traditional route to explore Niagara, booking a tour is one of the best ways to see the sights, learn about the history of the city and get insider's knowledge on Niagara's must see and dos! With tons of tour options, from guided walking tours and expert bus tours to private limo services and Segway operators - find the ideal tour for you to see all that Niagara has to offer.

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