Power Vista Reopens

The Power Vista, self-described as one of Niagara Falls' premier tourist attractions, reopened last week. But don't just take Power Vista's word for it:

Michael Wilton, president of USA Niagara Development Corp., said, "In line with Governor Pataki's vision to revitalize Western New York's economy, the Power Authority has spectacularly updated the Power Vista to serve, even more dynamically, as one of the Niagara Frontier's leading educational and tourism attractions."

State Senator George D. Maziarz said, "The reopening of the Power Vista is most welcome news as it signals the resurgence of our area visitor attractions. The new and improved Power Vista will provide exciting interactive educational opportunities that will contribute significantly to the overall visitor experience in the Niagara region."

Assemblywoman Francine DelMonte said, "The Power Vista has always been a popular attraction for tourists and residents alike. The enhancements made are visually exciting and will offer visitors a greater educational and entertaining experience."

The Power Vista, the visitors center for the Power Authority's Niagara Power Project, has been closed since September. Over 50 brand new interactive exhibits focusing on energy and local history were designed, fabricated and installed, in addition to the modernization of several long-time, crowd-pleasing exhibits. Officials estimate that more than 35 people a day visit.

[09/02/2001]
Address:
Power Vista Dr., Niagara Falls, NY
Directions:
I-190 exit 24. Drive west on Hwy 31/Witmer Rd for about a mile, then turn right onto Hwy 61/Hyde Park Blvd. Drive until it ends, then turn right onto Hwy 104/Lewiston Rd. Drive past the college on the right, then turn right onto Power Vista Drive. The parking lot is immediately on the left.
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