Definitely worth a visit to see and hear the roar of the water as it changes from a flat, slow moving river to a mighty power house. There are exhibits, a film to watch, a lovely gift shop and Tea Room. Although it's not a place to spend a complete morning or afternoon, it is well worth including this site on a visit to other nearby attractions. Both educational and inspiring, I will definitely return. The staff were very helpful, knowledgeable and courteous.
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