Wherever you're travelling from, we're here to make sure you find your way to Niagara Falls as easy as possible. Whether you're flying, driving, taking the train or a bus we've got all the info you need to get here!
Please ensure you give yourself plenty of time to travel between the airport and the conference venue. Therefore, we recommend you book your travel accordingly to ensure you can fully participate in all aspects of the event.
Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
The airport is located 125 km (78 mi) from Niagara Falls, and is about an hour and half drive.*
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ)
The airport is located 127 km (79 mi) from Niagara Falls, and is just over an hour and half drive.*
John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport (YMC)
The airport is located 100 km (62 mi) from Niagara Falls, and is less than an hour drive.*
Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF)
The airport is located 46 km (27 mi) from Niagara Falls, on the U.S. side, and is about a 45 minute drive. You will require a passport to enter Canada and cross the border.*
For those traveling with either Air Canada or WestJet, special promotion codes are available. To book with Air Canada, where you will receive a 5% discount, enter the promotion code 443ZMK71 in the promotional code search panel. To book with WestJet, where you will receive a 10% discount, provide the coupon code 3Z5G9JM (for those using a travel agent please use the promo code WCC13).
To book your shuttle from the airport to the Sheraton on the Falls Hotel, please follow the instructions provided by Niagara Airbus.
The GO Train is part of the GO Transit, the regional transit provider for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton areas. Weekend only train service runs from Toronto to Niagara Falls during the May long weekend. WEGO is available at the train station to transport you to your destination, as are taxis and Ubers.
VIA Rail offers direct departures from Toronto, New York City and Cleveland to Niagara Falls once daily with evening return service. Connections from origins throughout Canada, especially Ontario and Quebec, are readily available.
From New York State
If you are driving from New York State, there are 3 bridges available to cross into Canada: Peace Bridge, Queenston Lewiston Bridge or Rainbow Bridge. There is a limited fee for using each bridge when entering Canada, accepted in both Canadian and American dollars. You will require a passport to enter into Canada.
Take Gardiner Expressway West until it turns into Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW). Continue onto QEW toward Niagara, exiting on the ON-240 to Niagara Veterans Memorial Highway East. The drive should take about an hour and a half.
For more detailed information on getting to Niagara Falls, consult, the Niagara Falls Tourism site.
For detailed information on getting to the Sheraton on the Falls hotel, consult, the Sheraton on the Falls hotel website.
* Please note driving times are estimates, and could take longer based on traffic and conditions of the road.