Entry & Exit Formalities

The Canadian side of the Falls is considered by many to be the more spectacular. If you do wish to cross the border for a complete picture from the US side, you will need to arrange the normal visa requirements before arrival. You can not obtain a tourist visa at any of the border crossings at the Falls. US and Canadian citizens need to bring their passports, as usual.

Internet Access

Niagara Falls Public Library Free internet and wi-fi access.

Media

Info Niagara (www.infoniagara.com) Privately run website with helpful links.

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Tourist Information

Accessible Niagara (www.accessibleniagara.com) Advice for the mobility-impaired.

Niagara Falls Tourism On the Canadian side of the falls with information on the different neighborhoods and what's on. This office is located near the base of the Skylon Tower observation deck.

Niagara Parks Commission The falls' governing body, with information desks at Maid of the Mist Plaza and Table Rock Information Centre.

Ontario Travel Information On the western outskirts of town; free tourist booklets containing maps and discount coupons.