Bruce Power Visitors' Centre

Looking out over the world’s largest nuclear generating station the centre has over 30 hands-on exhibits.

Bruce Power is home to eight CANDU reactors currently producing 30% of Ontario’s electricity at 30% less than the average residential price of electricity, and produces 50% of the world’s Cobalt-60, a substance used to sterilize disposable medical supplies. This makes Bruce Power the world’s largest single provider.

Year-round, visitors are welcome to come and Energize Your Curiosity at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre.  Located 5 km west of Highway 21 just north of Tiverton, ON, the Visitors’ Centre looks out over the world’s largest nuclear generating station and sits adjacent to Ontario’s first commercial wind farm, Huron Wind.  With over 30 hands-on exhibits the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre is an interactive, fun way for your family to learn about Ontario’s most important energy provider. Every year thousands of visitors arrive at the Bruce Power Visitors’ Centre to learn more about nuclear energy and electricity generation.

The Visitors’ Centre offers free bus tours of the 2,300 acre Bruce Power site each July and August, excluding statutory holidays. Starting June 1 you can go to to register for your seats on the 11 a.m., 1 p.m. or 2 p.m. tour.  Pre-registration is recommended to ensure available seats on the tour bus. Government-issued photo identification is mandatory for all guests over 18 and will be checked by Security Officers before boarding. Guests 18 and under must be accompanied by an adult who can voucher for their identity.  

Normal operating hours outside of the summer program are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday, but closed statutory holidays and, on occasion, for private functions.  Admission is free.

For more information, please call 519-361-7777.