Great strides have been made in the past 20 years or so to make accessibility to those with a disability to visit Niagara Falls. I can remember the days when a curb was cut in a sidewalk to accommodate wheelchairs and that was about it. Now, attractions, hotels, and gift shops have been renovated or built to provide goods and services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of persons with disabilities.
Niagara Falls transportation system of WEGO Buses is fully equipped to ensure people with disabilities are able to travel independently throughout Niagara Falls.
Both of Niagara Falls' Incline Railways, one travels back and forth to the Table Rock area near the brink of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls and the other to the Hornblower boat rides to the falls, are fully accessible.
Persons with guide dogs or other service animals are welcome in restaurants, gift shops and hotels.
Some attractions offer to waive admission fees and fares for accessibility support persons (when accompanying a person with a disability) who specially identify themselves as support persons.
To learn more about accessibility in Niagara Falls visit our Accessibility page.