Plans to renew the PRPA Interpretive Centre

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The Prince Rupert Port Authority’s (PRPA) Port Interpretive Centre, which also serves as the local Visitor Information Centre, is preparing for big changes. The space in Cow Bay’s Atlin Terminal is set to undergo a full revitalization with reimagined interior displays that better reflect the dynamic, diverse, and growing trade gateway and communities that it showcases. To ensure the renovations are completed safely and within the projected installation timeline, the Port Interpretive Centre will be closed to the public from February 15th until mid-June, before traditional summer visitor volumes begin to increase. Recognizing the Port Interpretive Centre’s role in providing visitor services, PRPA and Tourism Prince Rupert are working together to mitigate the impacts this may have. In particular, this project is expected to overlap with the beginning of the cruise season, and efforts are focused on ensuring cruise visitors have access to information and services in the cruise terminal area.

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