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Électrium, le centre d'interprétation de l'électricité d'Hydro-Québec

The Électrium is a place where the curious can explore and demystify the many different forms of electricity. Take advantage of the free guided tours and learn about the different forms of electricity as found in nature, the electric and magnetic fields and the hydroelectric production of Québec. Come see the electrical eel, test your reflexes, and prepare for a hair raising experience! Fun and well explained, a visit to the centre is a source of pleasurable moments for all. Several modules are interactive and allow for experimentation.Please consult the online schedule and check out the special activities planned for the holiday season, school break, the summer season and for the Journées de la culture.

Area Rive-Sud
City / Town Sainte-Julie
Address 2001, boul. Michael-Faraday
Postal/Zip Code
Telephone 450 652-8977 / 1 800 267-4558
Email address
Web site www.hydroquebec.com/visitez

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Interpretation Centres, Historic Sites and Museums

Schedule : June 1 to September 1, daily, from 9:30 am to 5 p.m. The remainder of the year, from Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 4 p.m.; Sundays, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission : free. Reservation mandatory for groups of 10 or more.

Description : The Électrium is a place where the curious can explore and demystify the many different forms of electricity. Take advantage of the free guided tours and learn about the different forms of electricity as found in nature, the electric and magnetic fields and the hydroelectric production of Québec. Come see the electrical eel, test your reflexes, and prepare for a hair raising experience! Fun and well explained, a visit to the centre is a source of pleasurable moments for all. Several modules are interactive and allow for experimentation.Please consult the online schedule and check out the special activities planned for the holiday season, school break, the summer season and for the Journées de la culture.

Service : Tourist roadsign, partially accessible to persons with reduced mobility