Waldorf Motel

5384 Kitchener St, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2G 1B7, Canada
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Is it possible to get around Niagara Falls without a car?

by Annie271

I am planning a surprise impromtu trip for my boyfriend and myself for May 10 - 12. We will be arriving by Train (via rail) and I don't want to rent a car. I am interested in going to the Greg Ferwin Magic show monday night and want to be within walking or a reasonable distance to the falls and attractions at Cliffton Hill. I was looking at staying at the Sterling Inn and Spa, but don't know if it's too far.

Does anyone have any suggestions for good locations (and a nice and reasonably priced) place to stay for couples (we are 37) that's close to most attractions? And how easy is it to get around without a car?

Re: Is it possible to get around Niagara Falls without a car?

by LoriPori

Niagara Falls Train Station - 4267 Bridge Street - is located near Whirlpool Bridge and is 4 kilometres from the Falls. Buses may have a stop at Bridge and River Road. Inquire at the Train Station.
The Greg Frewin Theatre - 5781 Ellen Ave. - is located near Victoria Ave. and is accessed by either Magdalen St. where the Sterling Inn and Spa is located, or from Centre Street. I am not sure how far this is from the Falls.
When we were there last year we stayed at the Quality Inn Clifton Hill which is close to shops, restaurants and you can walk to the Falls.
Good luck and have a great time.

Re: Is it possible to get around Niagara Falls without a car?

by xymmot

It's a lot of walking, but you can always call a cab.

Re: Is it possible to get around Niagara Falls without a car?

by JeanneP

There is a great tram ride for tourists.
Wear walking shoes as there is a "cliff" to walk up. The funicular runs up the hill, very historic like in France.

Just google all the attraction: http://www.answers.com/topic/niagara-falls

I do not recall the Sterling but it is in a central location. For the price you could opt to be closer to the Falls.

Re: Is it possible to get around Niagara Falls without a car?

by swissfondue

I was only able to spend two nights and one full day in Niagara Falls so decided not to rent a car as I felt I wouldnt have enough time to see many other attractions other than the falls.

I really enjoyed walking along the promenade between Clifton Hill and the Horsehoe Falls and there is a people mover bus which does a loop at 20 minute intervals to different attractions.

The only thing I found disappointing is that there was no way to get to Niagara on the Lake aside from taking a $30.00 taxi ride each way.

So if you want to check out Niagara on the Lake and or wineries in the surrounding area I would suggest hiring a car

Re: Is it possible to get around Niagara Falls without a car?

by JeanneP

Good you enjoyed your trip !!!

I recall the people mover going as far as the floral clock. There are special bus tours as far as Niagara on the Lake, which is a cultural center and where people go to be seen esp from the Toronto area. ( great shops, quaint village and a historical background)

Travel Tips for Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is BEAUTIFUL, but can be expensive.

by NiagaraLinda

I've lived in Niagara Falls for many years and met people from all over the world. Many have said it it the most breathtaking view they have ever seen. Niagara Falls can be very expensive though and if you are planning to come here, you should really plan ahead and do your homework. There is a blog site that you may find helpful. It explains how to find a hotel that suits your needs, whether you are traveling to Niagara Falls or any other tourist destination. Niagara Falls is really a place that is beautiful and I think that everyone should see it at least once in their lifetime. Check out this info.

http://vacationsavinginfo.blogspot.com/ My fondest memory of Niagara Falls is when I first moved here in the 80s, before it started to get too built up. It's changed a lot over time.

Skylon Tower

by kris-t

Niagara's highest and most spectacular view - 775 ft. above the Falls. The awe-inspiring panorama will take your breath away. Ride one of exterior glass enclosed elevators to the indoor\outdoor Observation Deck The tower features three outside mounted "Yellow Bug" elevators. At the time of their construction they were the first such elevators in Canada.

The tower has two restaurants at its top, the lower Revolving Dining Room and the upper Summit Suite Buffet. The RDR seats 276 people and revolves once every hour (a 3 horsepower motor is required to rotate the floor). An observation deck sits at the tower's summit. The base of the tower features a number of gift shops, fast food restaurants and a large amusement arcade. A floor for conventions is also available, but has been seldom utilized in recent years.

Don't Miss It!

by Tierney09

I love Niagara-on-the-Lake! A trip to the Falls isn't complete without a visit. I personally like the area MUCH better than the Falls! With nice little shops, restaurants and bed-and-breakfasts, it's night-and-day compared to the chaos of Clifton Hill, but only about a 10-15 minute drive away!

journey from the train station/bus depot

by denisen123

when you get off the train in niagara(coming from the usa) if you wait just outside the main doors there is a cab company that collects regularly, the drivers agreat, the service prompt and price very reasonable

Table Rock Restaurant - Can't beat the view

by AcornMan about Table Rock Restaurant

Table Rock Restaurant is located in the complex right on the edge of the Horseshoe Falls, offering a spectacular view while you eat. The food is pretty lame, but where else can you dine with a view like this?

You'll almost certainly need reservations during peak hours, and especially during the high season for tourists.


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Address: 5384 Kitchener St, Niagara Falls, Ontario, L2G 1B7, Canada