Ferry Toronto tickets

Ferry Toronto tickets

Buying ferry Toronto tickets can be done online or in person at the ferry terminal.

Before purchasing tickets for the ferry to Toronto it’s recommended to review the ticket prices. Accepted payment methods are cash, debit card and credit card (Visa, Mastercard and American Express). Tickets are valid for all ferries to Hanlan’s Point, Centre Island and Ward’s Island.

Buying ferry tickets at the Jake Layton Terminal

At the Jake Layton Terminal you can purchase tickets at nine ticket booths. During sunny days, weekends and holidays it can get quite busy at the terminal. To avoid long waiting times it’s recommended to purchase tickets online in advance, especially for families with young kids. After you purchase a ticket, you receive two copies of each ticket from which one should be shown at ferry dock entrance.

Buying tickets online

After you arrive at the ferry terminal you can skip the waiting line and scan your mobile device at the designated ticket booth which is located on the far left. Mobile tickets are also valid for all ferries to Toronto Island.

Buy Ferry Toronto tickets online or in person at the ferry terminal
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Individual tickets

One way tickets are not available for purchase. Return trips from Toronto Island to the mainland are free of charge. Although there are ferries in different sizes, tickets prices remain the same.

  • Adults: $8.19
  • Seniors (65 and older with proof of age): $5.37
  • Youth (ages 15-19): $5.37
  • Kids (ages 2-14): $3.95
  • Babies (under 2): free
  • Pets: free
  • Bicycles: free

Monthly pass for the ferry to Toronto Island

For individuals who travel to Toronto Island often, a monthly pass is available. Prices vary from $52.01 (junior pass) to $104.03 (adult pass). For youth and seniors a monthly pass is available for $77.46. A monthly pass allows the holder unlimited travel from Toronto to Toronto Island by ferry. These passes are not available online and must be purchased in person.

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