Dig deep into the rich history of the century-old power station as you explore this engineering feat from an incredible new perspective, 180 feet beneath the main generating floor. For the first time ever, the newly constructed viewing platform offers unprecedented access to a new perspective of the lower Niagara River with unparalleled views of both the Horseshoe and American Falls.

In 1824, the first monument for the late British Major General Isaac Brock was erected at Queenston Heights. The 19.8 metre tall white limestone tower was the first built in memory of the War of 1812 hero. Inside the tower was a circular staircase that led to the viewing area at the top of the tower. The bodies of Major General Brock and his aide de camp Lieutenant Colonel Macdonell were entombed at the base of this tower.

June is National Indigenous History Month. To celebrate and honour the rich heritage and diverse culture, we hope you’ll enjoy this virtual tour of our Landscape of Nations memorial located at Queenston Heights Park. Learn more:

Step inside Niagara Falls' newest attraction - the Niagara Parks Power Station. In this video, I give you a tour of the Niagara Parks Power Station plus showcase the evening immersive program - Currents: Niagara's Power Transformed.