Interpretive centre

(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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