Toronto to Niagara GO Service

Year-round Weekend GO Train service between Toronto and Niagara Falls!

Niagara Falls in Autumn

GO Transit service to Niagara Falls is your best bet to beat the traffic! Weekend GO Train service from Toronto to Niagara Falls is now year-round. Whether you travel alone, as a couple, or bring the whole family, it will be a truly Canadian experience remembered fondly for years.

Save with GO/WEGO Combo Tickets available for $25/person & $62.50/group, which includes your round-trip GO Train ride all the way from Union Station, along with local Niagara WEGO bus connections.

Plan your trip today!

GO/WEGO Combo Tickets!

Journey Behind the Falls

Back by popular demand, the GO/WEGO Combo Ticket Travel Package allows the easiest and most convenient way to connect you this weekend between Union Station and Niagara Falls GO, and several stations in between, by GO Train.

Enjoy round-trip travel on GO Train from Union Station to Niagara Falls GO Station, starting at $25 per person or $62.50 per group (including tax), plus hop-on hop-off access to the local WEGO bus service. Groups include up to 5 people, max 2 adults 18+ per group.

Once you get to Niagara, the best way to get to downtown Niagara tourist destinations is by connecting to WEGO. If you have already purchased a GO/WEGO Travel Package, great news, your WEGO fare is included! Alternatively, WEGO tickets & passes can be purchased from any of the retailers listed here. 24 and 48-hour passes are available, with prices starting at $7 for kids 6 to 12 years old and $10 for each adult.

Click here to buy your GO/WEGO Combo Tickets!

Taking GO to the Falls Is Faster and Easier Than Driving

Niagara GO Train

Whether it’s a family getaway to Niagara Falls for the weekend or a day trip with friends, we’ve got you covered with trains departing from Union Station in Toronto and stopping at Exhibition, Port Credit, Oakville, Burlington, Aldershot, and Niagara Falls.

There are so many great reasons for taking the GO, especially from Toronto to Niagara Falls. In addition to being safe, convenient, and affordable, it’s also a relatively short journey, so it’s not nearly as exhausting as driving or as costly as paying for gas. Plus, you don’t have to worry about parking!

GO Schedule 

On weekends and holidays, two Lakeshore West Line trips to Niagara Falls will depart Union Station at 10:07 a.m. and 5:07 p.m.

Trips to Toronto will depart at 1:07 p.m. and 8:07 p.m.

From Niagara Falls GO Station, enjoy hop-on and hop-off access to the local WEGO bus to get you to all of the local attractions!

When the Niagara GO train isn’t available, you can jump on the Lakeshore West GO Train to Burlington and transfer to GO Bus Route 12 to get to Niagara. It will drop you off at the Niagara Falls Bus Terminal, across the street from the Niagara Falls Train Station.

Plan your trip and check the schedule ahead of time!

From October 11, 2022 to Spring 2023, there will be no GO train service at St. Catharines GO train station. This is due to track work needed for the local Welland Canal bridge rehabilitation project. While the train cannot stop at the station, there are alternative bus routes.

The route 12 bus stops at St. Catharines Fairview Mall, located at 285 Geneva St. Connections to local transit can be made here. This route also provides a GO train connection at Burlington GO.

The route 18K bus stops at St. Paul St. W. at Leeper St. From there, it is a five-minute walk to St. Catharines GO train station. This route provides a GO train connection at Aldershot GO.

Gear up for biking adventures in Niagara!

Bike car

It's easy to explore the sights, sounds and natural beauty of Niagara Region when you bring your bike along with you on GO Transit! Scheduled weekend and holiday Niagara GO Trains will have three bike coaches, and each coach can accommodate up to 18 bicycles each.

Bringing your bike onboard our GO trains and buses? Learn more about bicycles on GO in our FAQ section here.

Heard enough? OK great… let’s GO! Book your tickets online today!

Niagara Parks Attractions

Woman smiling at the Butterfly Conservatory

Taking the GO to Niagara Falls is a great day trip or the perfect weekend getaway. Once you’ve taken in the breathtaking view of The Falls, be sure to check out all the other unique attractions the Niagara region has to offer - including the Niagara Parks Power Station, Zipline to the Falls, Butterfly Conservatory, Journey Behind the Falls, and so much more. 

The Tunnel – At Niagara Parks Power Station

The Tunnel at Niagara Parks Commission

This July a new experience is being introduced at the Niagara Parks Power Station! The Tunnel allows visitors to explore the vast underground portions of the Power Station, accessing the historic Tailrace Tunnel located 180-feet below the ground floor, making their way to a spectacular new viewing platform extending into the river with panoramic views of the lower Niagara gorge. The Horseshoe Falls are a breathtaking sight from any spot, but this exciting new experience goes beyond anything you could imagine.

Begin your adventure to Niagara today!

Outlet Collection at Niagara

Niagara Outlet Collection outdoors

Over 100 outlet brands in a lifestyle retail environment. Whether you're shopping for the perfect fashion, a gift for a special occation, or meeting with friends to take in the many dining options, the Outlet Collection has something for everyone. Travel along the Lakeshore West GO Train line to Burlington GO Station, then you can transfer to GO Bus route 12 and travel to Niagara College. From there you can simply walk across Glendale Avenue and you will have arrived.

GO Trains and Buses Are Safe, and GO Transit’s Customer Service Is Next-Level

Not only is the experience of Niagara Falls something extraordinary, but so too is the safety-first customer experience that GO is known for delivering. Here’s what you should know before you GO!

What Are People Saying About GO Service to Niagara?

“Taking the GO Train to the Falls with my kids was a fun adventure in itself! The kids loved the ride, I didn’t hear a single “are we there yet?’ and I was more than happy not to be stuck in weekend traffic!”

-Seth K., Leslieville

“Loved the GO Train combo deal with WEGO’s hop-on, hop-off bus service. I visited all the Niagara region parks in one weekend!”

-Sam M., North York

“The Falls are breathtaking! So glad we were able to squeeze in this day-trip during my mom’s visit. Taking the GO made our trip easy and fun.”

-Claire P., Roncesvalles