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The Visitor


On Earth, in a house on the Louisiana bayou near New Orleans. It is dark and stormy outside as an elderly Jake Sisko injects himself with an unknown compound before sitting down in front of a fire. Soon, there comes a knock at the door and Jake answers, revealing a young woman, Melanie, looking for refuge from the downpour. After a few minutes of idle conversation the visitor reveals that she, in fact, is a budding writer and is looking for the writer Jake Sisko. Confirming that Jake is who she is talking to, she cuts to the chase and asks, very promptly, why he stopped writing.




The Visitor


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For detailed information about each facility, visit the individual links.Note - if you arrive after a visitor center has closed: trip planning and hiking information is available outside through a series of sidewalk signs.


Summer Hours: During summer months (May - September), the visitor center is open from 8:00am - 7:30pm daily. During the winter, (October - March) the visitor center is open from 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, excluding federal holidays. The visitor center will be closed during the month of April for staff training. The grounds surrounding the visitor center are open from 6:00 a.m. to midnight year-round. For more information about our schedule and access, please call the visitor center at 907-789-0097.


COVID-19 Information: The visitor center will remain open and following scheduled hours as long as the community risk levels related to the pandemic allow for safe entry for visitors and employees. USDA/Forest Service protocols are based around regularly updated CDC data and guidance. Based on CDC listed COVID-19 Community Level, facility masking protocols will be as follows- When the COVID-19 Community Level is LOW or MEDIUM in Juneau, individuals are not required to wear masks in the visitor center. When the COVID-19 Community Level is HIGH in Juneau, individuals are required to wear masks in visitor center. All individuals can wear a mask if they choose regardless of COVID-19 Community Level.


Visitor fees provide education, interpretation, and visitor services at the Mendenhall Glacier. This past winter, fees funded virtual ranger visits in over 40 Juneau pre-K to eighth grade classrooms and funded the popular winter fireside chat program. Fees also fund fish and wildlife restoration projects, the live cams that spotlight the Photo Point tern nesting area, Steep Creek salmon spawning, and local beaver activity, and all the various maintenance activities that make the Mendenhall an Alaskan treasure, such as keeping the sidewalks and Nugget Falls Trail plowed all winter.


The plan will include innovative planning solutions throughout the MGRA, to accommodate all that want to visit and experience the Mendenhall Glacier and its surrounding landscapes; while balancing the needs of the visitors with the directive for resource protection. The project will be developed within an inclusive process that allows public input and review of the Plan by residents, stakeholders and visitors. The project is expected to take two years to guide future facility developments within the MRGA. For more information about this project, please visit our project page at About Mendenhall Glacier Recreation Area (MGRA) Conceptual Development Plan.


The Philadelphia Visitor Center Corporation operates visitor center locations throughout the city, including the Independence Visitor Center in cooperation with the National Park Service, the LOVE Park Visitor Center and City Hall Visitor Center.


Convenient, onsite parking is available for visitors who start at the Visitor Center. The AutoPark at Independence Mall is a 24-hour, fully enclosed parking garage operated by the Philadelphia Parking Authority. Entrances are located on both 5th and 6th Streets, between Market and Arch Streets.


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Vendors and visitors will then be added to the relevant Campus Safety visitor access list(s). Vendors and visitors will need to present a government-issued photo ID card to the Campus Safety officer for entry.


The David M. Rubenstein Visitor Center and Smith Education Center serves as the 21st-century gateway to Jefferson's timeless Monticello, with multiple components that transform the visitor experience by preparing guests for their trips to the historic mountaintop through dynamic content presenting fresh perspectives on Monticello and the enduring significance of Jefferson's life and ideas.


Forever Balboa Park is a public-benefit 501(c)3 nonprofit organization to provide expertise, advocacy and resources to envision, enhance and sustain Balboa Park for all visitors in partnership with the City of San Diego and in collaboration with other organizations in the Park and the community.


All proceeds from the sale of tours and merchandise benefit the Brigade of Midshipmen activities.The Visitor Center is the first stop on a visit to the undergraduate college of the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps. Information specialists welcome visitors to view the 13-minute film, The Call to Serve. The film plays daily, repeating every 15 minutes. While visiting be sure to take a guided walking tour with one of our professional, certified guides.


USNA Gift Shop: The USNA Gift Shop, inside the Visitor Center, provides visitors with an official United States Naval Academy shopping experience. The online Gift Shop can be found online at navyonline.com.


Our displays combine historical artifacts with video and audio technology to bring to life the stories of the men and women who have served their country at sea. Whether you are a casual visitor, a student of naval history, or a member of the Brigade of Midshipmen, the Museum stands ready to make your visit a memorable one.


* The Visitor Center and the Elements Gift Shop are open daily 9am-4:30pm *The Red Rock Canyon Visitor Center is an informational hub for visitors filled with indoor and outdoor exhibits, plant specimens from throughout the canyon, and live Desert Tortoise habitats. Chat with the Information Desk about hike recommendations, participate in a program, and pick up something at the Elements shop to remember your trip.


The 13 mile Scenic Drive through Red Rock Canyon allows visitors to explore the highs and lows of the canyon from their vehicle or bicycle, with many scenic stops and and trailheads along the way. Entrance fees support visitor facilities and upkeep for this world-renowned scenic drive.


Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area has one developed campground. Opened in 1998 to replace the Old Oak Creek Campground, formerly known as the 13-Mile Campground. The Red Rock Canyon Campground is located two miles east of the visitor center on W. Charleston Blvd (State Route 159), one mile south on Moenkopi Road from the junction with W. Charleston Blvd.


Red Rock Canyon's scenic vistas are inspiring to both amateur and professional photographers. Most visitors take snapshots of their visit. This type of photography is considered casual or personal use and does not require a film permit.


VSA is committed to offering year-round Professional Development (PD) opportunities for its members and other individuals looking to further their professional expertise in the field of visitor studies.


Canyons of the Ancients Visitor Center and Museum houses permanent and temporary exhibits focusing on Ancestral Puebloan, Native American, and historic cultures in the Four Corners region and serves as headquarters for visitors to Canyons of the Ancients National Monument.


We highly encourage visitors to use hourly parking in one of the three campus parking garages: Mississippi Street, Allen Fieldhouse and Central District. Visitor permits are available for a few parking lots where a parking garage is not within a reasonable distance of your campus destination.


KU departments can arrange reserved parking or purchase permits for visitors and events. If you are visiting a department and/or attending a conference or other event, ask your departmental contact about parking arrangements. 041b061a72


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