Niagara Parks Power Station opens to public on Friday
Published July 27, 2021 at 3:42 pm
Possibly the most anticipated grand opening in Niagara Falls, the Niagara Parks Power Station is finally letting the public in this Friday (July 30) after many months of preparation.
For 100 years, the Canadian Niagara Power Company generating station harnessed the powerful energy of the Horseshoe Falls and turned it into a great source of electricity, the first of its kind in Canada.
“Now, years after its turbines came to a halt, the wonder of this hydropower pioneer is coming back to life in an entertaining and educational experience that highlights both the remarkable history and unique architectural features of this 115-year-old engineering marvel,” said the tourist attraction in a release.
In a people-friendly way, the attraction declares itself as an interactive learning experience for all family members.
“This not-to-be-missed experience offers an opportunity to be part of a thrilling revival, and a chance to discover the incredible history and heritage of this celebrated building. Dive into the history of the visionaries behind it as well as the workers that kept it running.”
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