Working with designers SixSides, we created this interactive water table exhibit for a new science centre, ViteMeir, in Norway. Visitors are encouraged to get hands-on as water travels down from the mountain dam and enters a hydroelectric turbine. The sophisticated electronic system engages visitors to control the water’s flow through the turbines and use trial and error to explore their effect on the amount of power generated to light up model towns. The activities encourage inclusive and fun interactions with water while providing opportunities to build confidence through open-ended exploration. Children operating the jets and spinners witness the science behind local power generation and can explore the differences between turbine designs. The dam building section encourages cognitive development and scientific thinking as children construct together or in parallel.