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Bandielier National Monument will be undergoing a rehabilitation project beginning Aug. 17, but there will be a number of rewards and improvements when it is all over.
One new feature will be a new introductory film for visitors, as a part of a long-term plan for upgrading the interpretive experience at the historic Visitor Center.
“We will close the museum on Aug. 17 but the rest of the building will remain open until mid-September,” Lott said in an announcement this week. “We have a temporary visitor center arriving on Aug. 17 that is intended to create a seamless transition from the old building to the temporary visitor center.”
The Main Loop Trail will remain open although access to the trail will be through the picnic area. Temporary restrooms will be provided in the picnic area. The WNPA bookstore and the Bandelier Trading Post will remain open throughout the construction.”
In mid-September, Lott said, the rehabilitation of the visitor center will begin.
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