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Niagara Falls USA Discovery Pass
Check back soon for information about 2018 Discovery Passes!
Niagara Falls State Park is open 365 days a year and it’s always free to walk into the Park and see the Falls.
But if you want to get up close and personal with the Falls, buy a Niagara Falls USA Discovery Pass and experience thrilling attractions including the Maid of the Mist, Cave of the Winds, Aquarium of Niagara, Niagara Adventure Theater and unlimited rides on the Scenic Trolley for the day. As an added bonus, take advantage of bonus discounts and free gifts at other local attractions including Old Fort Niagara, the New York Power Authority Niagara Power Project and Artpark.
Discovery Pass Prices
Details about 2018 Discovery Passes will be posted soon.
Discovery Passes provides one admission to each attraction and do not need to be used the day they are purchased. You may use throughout the duration of your visit, however, all passes will expire on a set date in fall 2018. (Date to be announced soon.) For example, if you arrive late on a Tuesday, buy your pass and only have time to ride the Maid of the Mist, you may come back Wednesday to do the Cave of the Winds. However, the trolley ticket is good for only one day of transportation so you would need to purchase a trolley wristband for each day you are in the park and require trolley transportation.
Activities Included In The Discovery Pass
Nowhere else on Earth brings you closer to the Falls then the Hurricane Deck at the Cave of the Winds Tour, which is 175 feet down into the Gorge.
Discover the myths and mysteries of the Falls in the film, Niagara: Legends of Adventure at Niagara Adventure Theater.
Maid of the Mist tour takes you into the basin of the Horseshoe Falls, surrounding you with a wall of water and allowing you to see the Falls up close.
Take unlimited rides all day on one of our vintage-style Niagara Falls Scenic Trolleys with a single trolley ticket, or with the purchase of a Discovery Pass.
The Aquarium of Niagara, located just a few blocks away from Niagara Falls State Park, will give you the opportunity to discover all different kinds of life under the sea.
Visit the Discovery Center to learn more about the history of the Park, hit a hiking trail or explore the ruins of the former Schoellkpof Power Plant