In five years, Cosmosphere CEO Dick Hollowell said, visitors “will notice a complete new setting for the lobby and rotunda areas. We will have exhibits in the lobby that will be movable, when necessary, for major events. “We will have a free zone when you enter with access to the theater, gift shop and food-service area. Hutchinson and Reno County residents will still have free access to the Hall of Space Museum.”
In five years, Cosmosphere CEO Dick Hollowell said, visitors “will notice a complete new setting for the lobby and rotunda areas. We will have exhibits in the lobby that will be movable, when necessary, for major events. “We will have a free zone when you enter with access to the theater, gift shop and food-service area. Hutchinson and Reno County residents will still have free access to the Hall of Space Museum.” File photo
In five years, Cosmosphere CEO Dick Hollowell said, visitors “will notice a complete new setting for the lobby and rotunda areas. We will have exhibits in the lobby that will be movable, when necessary, for major events. “We will have a free zone when you enter with access to the theater, gift shop and food-service area. Hutchinson and Reno County residents will still have free access to the Hall of Space Museum.” File photo

Cosmosphere master plan looks 50 years ahead

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