The Niagara Falls Incline Railway offers an easy & fast connection between the Fallsview Visitor Area and the Niagara Falls attractions in Table Rock. Open every day of the year, fully wheelchair accessible and weather-controlled, this attraction offers a unique vantage spot of the graceful Horseshoe Fall as they slowly rise and fall along the inclined railway line. Whether you prefer the gentle incline or the steep drop, the Incline Railroad gives you the chance to choose your favorite route and experience the beauty of this unique natural phenomenon.
Don’t rush your plan to visit these wonderful attractions, especially during the busy holiday season when many attractions are open. Many of these rides have long lines that can make it difficult to find them on short notice. If you don’t want to be left waiting for hours, make sure you book ahead of time. You may also want to call ahead so you know if you’ll be able to get on an early train to get to the Falls in time to enjoy the falls!
Address: 7001 Portage Rd, Niagara Falls, ON L2G 3W6, Canada
How much is the Incline Railway at Niagara Falls?
$2.66 one way
$5.31 round trip
$6.19 all day pass
All attractions at Niagara Parks are free for children under 5 years old.
Where does the Falls Incline train go?
The Falls Incline Railway provides easy access to the “Bridge of Flowers” pedestrian crossing over the Niagara Parkway into Table Rock Centre, allowing for quick and easy access to Horseshoe Falls. Within minutes, you can be back in your Fallsview hotel room.
Falls Incline Railway technical facts:
- Length: 59.8 metres (196 ft)
- Slope: 30 degrees
- Cars: 2
- Capacity: 40 passengers per car
- Configuration: Double track
- Max speed: 1 metre per second (197 ft/min)
- Travel time: 62 seconds
- Track gauge: 1,850 mm (6 ft 27⁄32 in)
- Traction: Electricity