Niagara Parks Celebrates Seniors Month with 2-for-1 Admission

Seniors to receive 2-for-1 admission at all Niagara Parks attractions and heritage sites on Wednesdays during the month of June

Niagara Parks is proud to announce a special promotion in honour of Seniors Month in Ontario. On Wednesdays during the month of June, all Niagara Parks attractions and heritage sites will offer 2-for-1 admission for seniors aged 60 and over.

To take advantage of this offer, seniors must present valid identification at a Niagara Parks Welcome Centre or the entrance to any of Niagara Parks’ attractions and heritage sites. This offer applies to in-person ticket purchases only (offer not valid online) and is available every Wednesday throughout the month of June. While the purchaser must be a senior to take advantage of this promotion, the free admission can be applied to a guest of any age. Regular parking fees still apply. 

“Niagara Parks is pleased to participate in this initiative in honour of Seniors Month in Ontario. The 2023 theme is “Working for Seniors,” and we are proud to offer this promotion to recognize and celebrate seniors as they rediscover the natural beauty, awe-inspiring attractions, rich heritage sites, and all that Niagara Parks has to offer.”

April Jeffs, Niagara Parks Chair

For more information about Niagara Parks’ attractions and heritage sites, please visit

Travelling from the GTA 

For visitors from the GTA, GO Transit offers a seniors rate with the use of a PRESTO card. The GO Niagara Train Service allows access to all that Niagara has to offer, including combo packages that bundle both the GO Train and WEGO Niagara Parks bus service once you arrive, starting from only $15.50 for seniors. Kids 12 and under ride free on GO Transit, which means a child ticket for the GO Niagara Train Service package is even more affordable! Learn more at

Keep Exploring 

The Niagara Parks Annual Parking Pass provides year-long access to 17 of Niagara Parks’ top parking lots for only $40, including Falls Parking Lot across from Table Rock Centre. Valid for up to two vehicles, the Annual Parking Pass makes it even easier to explore Niagara Parks’ natural attractions, expertly cultivated gardens, incredible hiking trails and endless opportunities for adventure. Learn more about the Annual Parking Pass at

About Niagara Parks

Since its establishment in 1885, Niagara Parks has remained a self-financed agency of the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, entrusted to preserve and protect the land surrounding Niagara Falls and the Niagara River. Today, Niagara Parks boasts gardens, a horticulture school, recreation, golf courses, restaurants, heritage and historic sites, gift shops and, of course, Niagara Falls. In short, natural landscapes, history, family fun, hiking, culinary delights, attractions and adventure.


  • No comments yet.
  • Add a comment