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Niagara Parks Heritage Sites

Treat your students to an eye-opening STEM lesson inside one of the world’s first hydropower generating stations!

For 100 years, the Niagara Parks Power Station used the powerful energy of the Horseshoe Falls and turned it into a great source of electricity. Now, after remaining closed for 15 years, the doors to Niagara’s cathedral of power have reopened to give young minds an in-depth look inside.

This guided tour will spark your students’ interest with details about the evolution of hydroelectricity. They’ll explore the revolutionary work of inventors like Nikola Tesla and George Westinghouse, and dive into the fascinating world of power generation.

Feel the charge. Leap into an electric adventure!

CONTACT: Abbie Arnott | | 905 356 2241 ext. 2219

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GRADES Kindergarten to 12

Min Group Size: Ten (10 Students)
Max Group Size: None
Length: 3 to 4 hours
Subject Areas: STEM (science, technology, engineering, math)

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