Incline Railway

Local nameIncline Railway
LocationNiagara Falls, Ontario

The Falls Incline Railway, originally known as the Horseshoe Falls Incline is a funicular railway in the city of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. It is located beside Niagara Falls at the Horseshoe Falls. The line was built in 1966 for the Niagara Parks Commission by the Swiss company Von Roll. It adopted its current name in the 1980s. Originally built with open-air cars, it was rebuilt in 2013 with enclosed cars to permit year-round operation.Unlike the other incline railways at Niagara Falls, the Falls Incline was not built to descend into the Niagara Gorge below the falls. Instead it links the Table Rock Centre and Journey Behind the Falls, on the Niagara Parkway just above the falls to the higher level Fallsview Tourist Area, including the Minolta Tower, the Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort and several hotels.

The Niagara Parks Commission claims that the funicular is the world's slowest.

Tags View PointWheelchair Accessible
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Opening hours

Usually open from 9 am until 9 pm.
The operating hours vary, please check the official website.


One way ticket: $2.75
Round ticket: $5.50
All day: $7

More information and contact


Official website


Phone +1 877 642 7275

Address Portage Road, Niagara Falls

Coordinates 43°4'46.264" N -79°4'50.849" E

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