Discover Niagara Shuttle, a free bus service in Niagara County is one of the area’s best kept secrets.
Locals and tourists alike should learn and share about riding this convenient transportation option between Niagara Falls, Lewiston and Youngstown destinations.
So what is the Discover Niagara Shuttle?
It’s a seasonal, free service to many of the areas major destinations. Park and ride in air-conditioned buses with public wi-fi on board. The Shuttle re-opened in August, 2020 with new social distancing protocols.
If you’ve got time to wait for the next bus, then why worry about directions and parking? You can park in one town and let their knowledgeable drivers take you to various attractions or business districts. No need to move your car to grab lunch or take a walk in Niagara Falls State Park.
Buses are equipped with wheel chair ramps and bike racks.
Looking to catch a ride? The service runs 9am -6pm, stopping at locations about every 60 minutes.
Download the complimentary Discover Niagara Shuttle App to track the bus closest to your pick up location.
Discover Niagara Shuttle stops at the following locations. Some locations are marked closed due to attractions not reopening this season.
- Niagara Falls USA Official Visitor Center
- 3rd & Old Falls Street
- Niagara Falls State Park
- 3rd Street Entertainment District
- Niagara Gorge Discovery Center (Closed for 2020)
- Aquarium of Niagara
- Niagara Arts and Cultural Center
- Oakwood Cemetery
- Niagara Falls Train Station & Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center
- Whirlpool State Park
- Castellani Art Museum (Closed for 2020)
- Niagara Power Project Power Vista (Closed for 2020)
- Lewiston Academy Park
- Lewiston Center
- Lewiston Waterfront
- Stella Niagara Preserve
- Youngstown Center
- Old Fort Niagara
Have more questions about local transportation? Explore our travel information page.