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Niagara’s Glowing New Attraction By The Falls Officially Opens This Summer (PHOTOS)

One of Ontario's most popular tourist destinations is getting a brand new attraction, and you can explore it this summer.

The Niagara Parks Power Station is officially opening on July 1, 2021, it will transport you to a world full of glowing projections and immersive sounds.

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The 115-year-old station, which once turned the power of the Horseshoe Falls into a source of electricity, is thought to be the only structure of its kind in the world.

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Now a year-round landmark attraction, you'll be able to experience interactive exhibits, architecture, and storytelling that will show you a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the history and science of the station.

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At night, the building will transform with glowing 3D projections, art, and sound for an entirely different experience.

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In July 2022, the second phase of the plant will open, and you can journey almost 200-feet below the ground and wander through a tunnel that leads to the falls.

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Pre-sale tickets for the attraction will be available on April 1, and safety measures will be in place for guests while visiting.

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Niagara Parks Power Station

Price: $20+ per adult

When: Opening July 1, 2021

Address: 7055 Niagara Pkwy., Niagara Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore this one-of-a-kind attraction opening in Niagara this summer.

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