The Niagara Falls Adventure Pass is probably the most well known ticket attraction that is hosted by the Niagara Parks Commission. The Niagara Falls Adventure Pass is their Spring/Summer offering, while the Niagara Falls Wonder Pass in their Winter offering.
The Niagara Parks Commission is located in Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada. The Niagara Parks offers an unparalleled variety of sights and sounds, from the majestic Niagara Falls to theatres, festivals and wineries. All the Niagara Parks attractions, like Journey Behind the Falls and the Whirlpool Aero Car, and beautiful gardens like the Botanical Gardens (shown above) are owned and operated by Niagara Parks.
Niagara Parks Welcome Centres
If you purchased a voucher online for your Wonder Pass, exchange the voucher for the Wonder Pass tickets at one of these Welcome Centres or at any of the Attractions on the Pass.
Welcome Centres are located at key pedestrian entrance points to Queen Victoria Park, the parkland beside the Falls:
- Table Rock Centre (inside the building next to the Horseshoe Falls) on both the upper and lower levels
- Grand View Marketplace Welcome Centre (outside the Hornblower Niagara Cruises ticket booths)
- Clifton Hill Welcome Centre (at the intersection of Clifton Hill and Falls Avenue, opposite Oakes Garden Theatre)
- Murray Hill Welcome Centre (near Queen Victoria Place, below the Fallsview Tourist Area and Fallsview Casino Resort)
- Rapidsview Welcome Centre (south of the Falls at Rapidsview Parking Lot)
The Welcome Centres are open June through August starting at 9:00 a.m., but hours may vary throughout the season. In the event that a Welcome Centre is not available, Wonder Passes can be purchased/redeemed at any of the attractions on the Pass.
Niagara Falls Wonder Pass
Winter Season Attraction Includes:
- JOURNEY BEHIND THE FALLS - Tunnels behind and at the foot of the Horeshoe Falls
- NIAGARA PARKS BUTTERFLY CONSERVATORY - Over 2,500 butterflies in a rainforest setting
- NIAGARA'S FURY - The Creation of the FallsTravel Back in time 10,000 years in this multi-media experience
- WEGO TRANSPORTATION - Ride to Fun - 2 Day WEGO Bus Transportation
The Niagara Parks Commission was established in 1885 to control the lands and buildings immediately surrounding the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. The area, which is now known as Queen Victoria Park, encompassed just 62.2 hectares (154 acres). In our long history we’ve grown to own and maintain over 1325 hectares (3274 acres) of parkland along the entire length of the Niagara River, stretching 53 km (36 miles) from Fort Erie in the south to Niagara-on-the-Lake in the north. We are set up like a city within a city, with our own police services, road maintenance, waste collection and all other services needed to sustain our extensive operations. During the height of the tourist season, Niagara Parks employs over 1,700 staff: approximately 300 full-time and 1,400 seasonal hires.
Niagara Parks receives no government financing – we raise our own revenues through gift shops, golf courses, restaurants, attractions and parking lots. The Niagara Parks Commission along with the illumination committee, lights up the Falls and set's off fireworks every year. Check our illumination and fireworks page to find out the most current schedule.