By CarNiagara Falls is between an hour and a half and a two hour drive from downtown Toronto.
From Toronto, you'll follow signs first for the Gardiner Expressway West, which becomes the QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way) West. From Toronto Pearson Airport, take the 427 South to QEW West.
In Burlington - about half way through your drive - veer left to follow signs for QEW Niagara.
Finally, about a half hour past Burlington, take the 420 exit on the left.
Public TransitGo Transit operates a year-round combination train/bus route between Toronto and Niagara Falls. Passengers must transfer to a bus in Burlington to continue onto Niagara Falls.
From May to the end of September weekend train service between Toronto and Niagara Falls is available with special cars outfitted to accommodate bicycles.
VIA Rail offers direct, daily service between Niagara Falls and Toronto.
Note that the bus station and the train station are in old Niagara Falls, about a 5-min drive from the Falls themselves.
Shuttle/BusNumerous shuttles take passengers from Toronto Pearson International Airport to Niagara Falls. Note though that flying into Buffalo is another option for visiting Niagara Falls, where a shuttle ride will be less than half the time and cost.
Niagara Airbus offers pick ups from the airport or downtown hotels.
Megabus is probably the cheapest way to get to Niagara Falls from Toronto - other than riding your bike.