IT'S RACE DAY!
Travel back to Baddeck, 1919 and race Alexander Graham Bell's experimental Hydrofoil, the HD-4, in the island’s only virtual reality (VR) experience!
Try to beat Casey Baldwin's marine speed record of 114 km/hr!
THE HYDRODOME NUMBER 4
Baddeck, NS, 1919
The Hydrodome number 4 was was the fourth experimental prototype hydrofoil designed by Alexander Graham Bell. It was built at the Bell Boatyard on Bell's Beinn Bhreagh estate in Baddeck, Nova Scotia.
In 1919, it set a world marine speed record of 70.86 miles per hour (114.04 km/h).
SEE THE HD-4 UP CLOSE
Experience Dr. Bell's hydrofoil in ways you never thought possible!
GET BEHIND THE WHEEL
Pilot the hyrdrofoil, learn how to navigate, and try beating Casey Baldwin himself in a race for the world speed record!
TRAVEL BACK IN TIME
Visit Baddeck circa 1919 to see the HD-4 in Baddeck Bay!
Tickets for the experience available for purchase at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site.
ACCESSIBLE POD NOW AVAILABLE!
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS WITH HAND CONTROLS
CAPTIONED FOR HEARING IMPAIRED
NEW FOR 2019! MULTIPLAYER EXPERIENCE!
Race Against Friends and Family in a Series of Three-Way Challenges!
DON'T MISS IT!
Tickets Available on-site at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site in Baddeck!
$7.30 for children & adults 13 yrs of age and up
$4.90 for children under the age of 13
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Alexander Graham Bell
"I have travelled around the globe. I have seen the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes, the Alps and the Highlands of Scotland, but for simple beauty, Cape Breton outrivals them all."