BC Hydro has so much to share!
Visit one of our museums or visitor centres and learn about BC Hydro’s rich history.
Jingle Pot Substation Museum
DISPLAYING OUR HISTORY. ONE PIECE AT A TIME.
The Jingle Pot Substation, near Nanaimo, is also a museum of BC Hydro history. The Museum was founded by late Mike Morris (photo above), BC Hydro Power Pioneer and retired line supervisor from Nanaimo in 1998. Power Pioneers actively collect and accept memorabilia from all over the province. The Museum is maintained and managed by a volunteer team lead by Pat Morris and Bruce Masse.
To learn more about the Jingle Pot Substation Museum or to make a donation please contact Pat Morris for more information.
Tel: 250 753-1647
Email Pat: [email protected]
Address: 2801 Jingle Pot Road, Nanaimo B.C.
Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre
REVELSTOKE DAM. IT’S THAT BIG.
Located 5 km north of Revelstoke, the Revelstoke Dam is the second largest generating facility on the Columbia River in the Province. The powerhouse, completed in 1984, was able to generate 1980 megawatts. Since the addition of the fifth unit in 2010 the dam’s output increased by 500 megawatts. This is enough electricity power 40,000 homes per year.
To learn more about the Revelstoke Dam, how it was built and how we use water to create electricity, visit us at the Revelstoke Dam Visitors Centre.
W.A.C. Bennett Dam Visitor Centre
EXPERIENCE THE WONDER AT THE NEW W.A.C. BENNETT DAM VISITOR CENTRE
In northeast British Columbia, near the town of Hudson’s Hope, is Williston Reservoir, the largest reservoir in the province. The reservoir is held back by one of the world’s largest earth-fill structures, the W.A.C. Bennett Dam.
To match the wonder and enormity of the dam and reservoir we have created the brand new W.A.C. Bennett Dam Visitor Centre. Enjoy a wide range of new exhibits, interactive displays, a new cafe and a gift shop filled with unique items.
For more information please visit our website or contact us for more details.
The Powerhouse at Stave Falls
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. GET SOME AT THE STAVE FALLS VISITOR CENTRE.
Located in the picturesque Fraser Valley, the Stave Falls Powerhouse provides and engaging and exciting experience for all visitors. With interactive games, one of a kind electricity demonstrations and historic displays, guest can take a walk back through time and see how power has helped build the province.
The Stave Falls Dam and Powerhouse construction began in 1909 and was completed by January 1, 1912. Take a walk through the past and learn about our future at the Power House at Stave Falls. See how electricity is made and experience the marvel of real turbines and generators up close