Some articles on visitor centre, visitor, centre, visitors:
... The visitor centre and car park are to the south of the road, opposite the reserve ... reached by public transport using the bus service that stops outside the visitor centre ... The reserve is viewable from the visitor centre, footpaths next to the A149 and down the East Bank, the beach and the road running from the beach back to the main ...
... board granted $250,000 for work on the fort, allowing construction of a visitor centre ... Queen Elizabeth II visited and inspected the site, and newly constructed visitor centre, for almost an hour on 13 March 1986 ... The visitor centre was officially opened one month after this visit ...
... years with the development of the "Multi Art Space", the introduction of a visitor centre in the old station master's house and an improved townscape ... Tourism has also come to the fore with the Lake Grace Visitor Centre open five days a week ... The Visitor's Centre is located in the old station master's house which was restored by local residents during 2005 ...
... The Müritzeum is a visitor centre and nature discovery centre for the Müritz National Park, located on Lake Müritz, near the town of Waren in the north German state of ... The concept of the visitor centre is to have a enjoyable and interactive science-based approach to the themes of nature and regional history ... As a visitor centre, the Müritzeum provides information for visitors and tourists about the cultural and tourist attractions of the Mecklenburg Lake District and the M ...
... The Visitor Centre Huakaiwaka is a modern building, opened 2005 that houses the information desk, information displays, a café, and offices ...
Famous quotes containing the words centre and/or visitor:
“Here in the centre stands the glass. Light
Is the lion that comes down to drink. There
And in that state, the glass is a pool.
Ruddy are his eyes and ruddy are his claws
When light comes down to wet his frothy jaws”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Beauty is ever to the lonely mind
A shadow fleeting; she is never plain.
She is a visitor who leaves behind
The gift of grief, the souvenir of pain.”
—Robert Nathan (18941985)