Niagara Falls Power Pass

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The horseshoe-shaped waterfall at Niagara Falls has been attracting tourists since the 17th century. Today, scores of attractions on both the New York and Ontario side of the falls include history museums, tours of the falls, scenic trolleys, and classic “tourist traps” where the kitsch is part of their charm.

You can make the most of your trip with the Niagara Falls Power Pass, which is an all-you-can-see tourist pass good for more than 25 of the region’s best attractions. About half of the attractions are in the U.S. and half are in Canada. Attractions include the Aquarium of Niagara, Maid of the Mist boat tour, Ripley’s Believe it or Not!, snow tubing at Snow Park Niagara Falls, and much more. Many of the attractions are only available during peak season, like the Maid of the Mist tour, the scenic trolley, and the Lockport Caves.

The longer the duration of your pass, the better the value. Five-day passes are just $30 per day for adults and $24 for children ages 12 and under.

NOTE: The Niagara Falls Power Pass is no longer available. We suggest the Best of Niagara Falls Tour which includes the most popular parts of the Pass

Top Included Niagara Falls Attractions

Cruise on the world famous Maid of the Mist
Take in the view from the Skylon Tower Niagara Falls
Check out the scary Nightmares Fear Factory
Ride the water slides at Waves Indoor Waterpark
Experience history at Old Fort Niagara

See the complete list of attractions and tours in the sidebar.

What’s Good on the Pass?

The range of activities available on the card might inspire you to go somewhere you wouldn’t have considered otherwise. If an attraction isn’t your cup of tea, there’s no money lost.

Lines during peak season can be very long, and you get to skip most of the lines with the Power Pass.

What Could get better with the Niagara Falls Power Pass?

Unlike other cities’ Power Passes, the Niagara Falls pass has a number of attractions that can only be visited once over the duration of the card instead of once per day. These include the Cave of the Winds Hurricane Deck, Maid of the Mist Boat Tour, Niagara Adventure Theater, Niagara Falls Scenic Trolley, and Niagara Gorge Discovery Center.

Attractions are spread out over the region and it can be difficult to get your money’s worth on shorter passes if you don’t plan carefully.

If you are staying on the Canadian side then you might be better off with the Niagara Falls & Great Gorge Adventure Pass

Get Your Money’s Worth with your Pass

Your Power Pass is activated the first time you use it to gain admission at an attraction, and this counts as your first full day even if you activate it at 5 pm. Best to save the card for your first full day of sightseeing.

Insider Tips

You’ll need a passport at the border crossing between the U.S. and Canada. Your Power Pass is not valid as official ID. Make sure you check well in advance of your trip (contact either the Canadian Border Services Agency or the U.S. Department of State) to be sure that you have the proper ID.

Keep your confirmation slip handy, as some Power Pass customers reported that attraction staff were unfamiliar with the program and requested to view the confirmation slip when accepting the card.

Check visiticket.blog.com for updates and tips for making the most of your visit.

Coupon Codes

There are no current coupons for Niagara Falls Power Pass. Check back again as we are constantly updating the site with new coupons.

Where to Buy the Niagara Falls Power Pass

The card is available at many outlets. You can buy it at Expedia, Orbitz or Travelocity or you can buy it once you get to Niagara Falls but these are not great options as you may pay more. The best place the buy the card is at the VisiTicket website. The 3 day passes frequently go on sale. They also have a great return policy and 24/7 customer service. If you are pressed for time, or just want to save on shipping, use the free voucher option.