Canaveral National Seashore Installs New Exhibits in Apollo Beach Visitor Center
Canaveral National Seashore is pleased to announce the installation of new interpretive exhibits for the Apollo Beach Visitor Center. The building located at 7611 S Atlantic Ave, in New Smyrna Beach, opened to the public in 2012, using existing exhibits from the previous building. The new exhibits will promote visitor understanding of the natural and cultural resources that make up the 57,000 acres of Canaveral National Seashore.
"Canaveral National Seashore has such a diverse array of resources, everything from sea turtles to historic homes. I know that these exhibits will enhance the visitor understanding and promote the preservation and stewardship of these resources," said Superintendent, Myrna Palfrey.
Beginning Monday, May 7th, the Apollo Visitor Center will close for preparation and installation of the new exhibits. We anticipate the center will be closed until June 1, 2018. Alternative arrangements will be made for services normally provided in the center. Please check with the Apollo entrance station for passport stamps and to get updates on where to find other visitor services.
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