Niagara Parks Power Station is now finally open to the public where you'll be able to delve into the history, engineering, and science, while marvelling and the thrilling revival.

There are two ways to see the station, either during the day or night. Having done both, let me breakdown the differences between the guided tour and Currents: Niagara's Power Transformed show.

One of the most important stories of Niagara, Ontario, and Canada is one of harnessing the power of the Niagara River and the human ingenuity to build something so massive and complex out of basic tools.

About the historic Niagara Parks Power Station

One is during the day when the generator floor will be open for exploration. The other is at night with a show called Currents: Niagara's Power Transformed, an immersive multimedia experience.

Two ways to see the Niagara Parks Power Station

Daytime power station experience

In the daytime, the Niagara Parks Power Station is open for visitors to come and walk the entirety of the ground generator floor. In this landmark attraction, history comes to life.

Nighttime Currents immersive light show

The nighttime experience is completely different. Currents: Niagara's Power Transformed is a multimedia experience that features LED lighting effects, sound effects, projection technology, and reactive technology produced by Thinkwell's Montreal Studio.

There are distinctly two different ways to see the Niagara Parks Power Station but there are actually quite a number of types of tickets that can be purchased that's worth breaking down.

Tickets for the Niagara Parks Power Station

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