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interpretive centre

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(at a place of interest, such as a country park, historical site, etc) a building or group of buildings that provides interpretation of the place of interest through a variety of media, such as video displays and exhibitions of material, and, often, includes facilities such as refreshment rooms and gift shops. Also called: visitor centre
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Tenders are invited for granard motte community enterprise clg (gmce) are currently developing an interpretive centre at the base of granard motte.
The house, restored 25 years ago, is a visitor and interpretive centre.
All artifacts unearthed are the property of the Siksika Nation and will be stored at the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park Interpretive Centre.
The Seamus Heaney Interpretive Centre will include exhibition areas, library, arts studio, cafe and theatre.
Friends of Upper Fort Garry's new brochure, Creating Upper Fort Garry Heritage Park and Interpretive Centre reports that demolition of the Grain Exchange Curling Rink begins this summer and a beautiful new green space for the heritage park will be created to complete phase one of the project.
Much of this money will be spent on updating and enhancing the interpretive centre at Ystradlyn cottage and improving footpath access in the area.
This talk at the Calgary Zoo was co-hosted by AINA and the Zoo's new Polar Interpretive Centre of Canada.
It was disappointing to find that a small glitch occurred--not on the memorial, but in the interpretive centre.
Dozens of frightened visitors were rushed from the state-of-the-art Cliffs of Moher Interpretive Centre in Co Clare after all its blaring sirens were set off.
The tour starts at the Interpretive Centre, off Eachelhurst Road, at 10am.
A new 1,000-square-foot interpretive centre is being built on the property where more polished gemstones will be displayed and sold.
Word of the project spread quickly: 15,000 people viewed the bones in 2002, prompting Gordie Graham, owner of Telegraph Cove, to double the size of the interpretive centre.