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World of Energy, Seneca: Address, Phone Number, World of Energy Reviews: 4.5/5

World of Energy
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air124
Seneca, SC5 contributions
Family
Excellent facilty to teach children about nuclear generation electricity. A beautiful location on Lake Keowee and excellent guides and reading material.
Written February 13, 2019
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Linderloo254
Seneca, SC20 contributions
Family
This is a FREE self guided tour. Lots of information on how the power plant works and it's impact on the environment.
Written July 1, 2015
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Scottsgem
130 contributions
As a realtor in the area, I always get question on the safety of the power plant. After visiting Duke World of Energy, I love the safety measures that are in place. Great education for young to old.
Written February 22, 2020
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mdk614
Charlotte, NC10 contributions
Family
We were very disappointed to drive from Clemson to the World of Energy on to find they are closed for renovations. There was nothing on their voicemail and nothing on their website. Very bummed!
Written July 28, 2021
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JBChipper
Charlotte, NC952 contributions
Family
Son is doing a school project on the debate of Nuclear Power and this was a very good source of information for that project. Exhibits were inviting and informative. Good presentation and friendly staff. Also have a very nice butterfly garden on the outside overlook area.
Written September 29, 2018
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Geralyn B
Houston, TX68 contributions
Family
Overall it displays the need for nuclear energy and the safety that ensures the facility remains secure. It is educational for both young ones as well as adults.
Written September 19, 2018
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Host
Pigeon Forge, TN72 contributions
Friends
It didn't have the wow factor for adults, but I think kids would enjoy it. The displays were interesting, more activity would be better.
Written September 1, 2018
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Joy P
Hull, GA62 contributions
Family
We stopped to give our kids a break from riding. We were pleasantly surprised at what a good museum this is. It held our 4 year olds attention and we learned a lot as well. You can really take it at your own pace, so if you have 30 minutes or an hour and a half, you will enjoy it. There is also a lovely butterfly garden and picnic area if you are fortunate to visit on a day without rain.
As a homeschooling mom, I appreciated that they had a free unit study on energy.
Written May 27, 2018
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stmary93
Jacksonville, FL36 contributions
Family
A self guided, interesting, informative tour about energy. As you walk through the permanent exhibits, you activate videos and demonstrations that teach about how energy is made, transmitted, used, etc. We’ve done this more than once and learn something each time. The displays entertain the children while educating them. It is all indoors so would be a good activity when the weather is not so comfortable outside.
Written April 8, 2018
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Ronald Z. N
seneca,sc, United States3 contributions
Couples
excellent educational display on atomic energy and it was free great whilecombination.the program explains how atomic energy is safe and economical eviromentalist may be upset.
Written August 2, 2017
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