Visiting Niagara Falls in Winter – Winter Attractions & Festivals
As mercury drops and old man winter arrives in his icicle chariot, Niagara Falls transforms itself into a magical wonderland with the mighty falls framed by glistening icicles reflecting the magical winter lights. A trip to the Falls in winter is a totally different experience than a summer trip. Here is a list of things to do, attractions to see (including things to do with kids) and festivals to attend this winter season in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
For one day trip itinerary to Niagara Falls during Late Spring to Early Fall – see One Day in Niagara.
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Getting around: Though parking is available onsite or within 10 minutes of walking at most of Niagara Falls attractions, it is better park at one location (best at the parking lot opposite Table Rock ~ $15.00 till Midnight) and take WEGO (public transit) to get around.
Discounts: If it is your first time visiting Niagara Falls in winter or if you want to enjoy most of the below mentioned attractions, consider purchasing the Wonder Pass (The Niagara Falls Wonder Pass season begins November 7, 2016. price – $22.95 + taxes for Adult) which includes Journey Behind the Falls, Niagara’s Fury, Butterfly Conservatory and WE GO two day bus pass. You also get a coupon booklet which has coupons for other Niagara attractions.
- Winter Special: Niagara Falls Tour from Toronto
- Description:Full-day Tours
- Price: $59.91
- Winter Wonderland Food Tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake
- Description:Food Tours
- Price: $37.16
- Niagara Falls Winter Rainbow Tour with Canadian Pickup
- Description:Half-day Tours
- Price: $99.95
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