Fishing on the Fraser River near Agassiz
(Albert Normandin photo)


Historic & Heritage Sites

Heritage buildings  (Picture BC photo)

Heritage buildings (Picture BC photo)

Aboriginal art and culture, innovations in hydroelectric power, and eye-catching religious architecture feature colourfully in Mission's culture and history.

Visit Mission's historic and heritage sites to learn more about what makes this Fraser Valley community unique.

Power House at Stave Falls

Seeking an electrifying experience? The Power House at Stave Falls was completed in 1912, and formerly served as BC's largest source of hydroelectric power, operating until 2000. It's a National Historic Site.

Today, while the new Alouette-Stave-Ruskin generation system continues delivering electricity for the region, the original Power House at Stave Falls is an interactive museum with hands-on displays that intrigue youngsters. Watch an amusing educational video called "Rain" in the 50-seat theatre, admire the giant turbines in the generator hall, check out dioramas featuring wildlife around Stave Falls, or goggle at purple lightning created by a Tesla coil.

Read More

Main Address   Activity/Branch/Terminal     Visitor Centres 

1 Historic & Heritage Sites in Mission

1 - 1 of 1 Results

Page:   1  

Stave Falls Powerhouse - Mission

31338 Dewdney Truck Rd
Mission, British Columbia
V4S 1C4

Located within the picturesque Fraser Valley, BC Hydro's Stave Falls Visitor Centre offers an exciting experience for all ages. More than 100 years old, the Powerhouse is a National Historic Site.

Walk back in time with interactive games & historic displays telling the story of how power has helped build BC. Take in the awesome turbines & generators which give a unique perspective on how electricity is made. Learn about conservation & watch short films on BC Hydro's history in the Stave Falls area.

Come for a self-guided tour or call ahead to arrange a guided tour. Visit us online for information to plan your visit.

1 - 1 of 1 Results