Located 40 km (25 mi.) from Montréal, between lakes Saint-François and Saint-Louis, this generating station is one of the biggest power plants in the world! It harnesses the powerful waters of the St. Lawrence to drive 38 generating units that are spread out over nearly one kilometre (0.6 mi.). Built in three phases starting in 1929, the station has been classified as a national historic monument. During a guided tour, you'll discover its history, architecture and operation, as well as its role in the Hydro-Québec network. An absolute must-see!
Visitors aged 18 years and over must show proof of ID (health insurance card, driver's licence or passport) before touring the facilities.
80, boul. Edgar-Hébert, Beauharnois
Québec, Canada, J6N 1W5
|1 800 365-5229 Information, Reservation (Canada, USA)|
|450 225-5612 Administration|
May 20, 2013 - September 1, 2013
Tours : in french. Tours : in english
Boutique / Sales counter
Services for Persons with Disabilities
Non accessible (Keroul)
Reservations required. Tours : in french. Tours : in english