The New ‘Edu-tourism’ Family Vacation: Fun and Educational
07.31.2012

The New ‘Edu-tourism’ Family Vacation: Fun and Educational

If this is the year you want to get more from your family vacation than thrill rides and an empty wallet, try an edu-tourism vacation.
Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building Now Includes Opportunity to See Space Shuttle Atlantis
07.27.2012

Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building Now Includes Opportunity to See Space Shuttle Atlantis

Now through October, visitors to Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex who take the special behind-the-scenes tour inside the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) have a good chance of getting an up-close view of a space shuttle inside the massive structure.
NASA Giving Kennedy Space Center Visitors  Up-Close Access to Launch Pad
07.19.2012

NASA Giving Kennedy Space Center Visitors Up-Close Access to Launch Pad

For the first time in the 50-year history of Kennedy Space Center, NASA on Friday will begin allowing public visitors to tour one of the launch pads from which the space shuttles and Apollo Saturn V moon rockets were launched.
3-2-1! Camp Kennedy Space Center Launches Summer Fun With Week-long Day Camps for Inquisitive Kids Ages 8-14
06.28.2012

3-2-1! Camp Kennedy Space Center Launches Summer Fun With Week-long Day Camps for Inquisitive Kids Ages 8-14

For parents still looking for summer activities to keep their kids entertained and engaged, Camp Kennedy Space Center day camp provides young people with an inspiring week of fun and enriching space activities.
Wuksachi Lodge and World Wildlife Fund Celebrate Earth Hour March 31
03.20.2012

Wuksachi Lodge and World Wildlife Fund Celebrate Earth Hour March 31

The World Wildlife Fund is daring the world to save the planet and Wuksachi Lodge is up for the challenge.
Wuksachi Lodge Celebrates Free Entrance Days in the National Parks
01.05.2012

Wuksachi Lodge Celebrates Free Entrance Days in the National Parks

Fee-free dates throughout 2012 attract outdoor enthusiasts to Sequoia National Park.
Yosemite’s Ahwahnee among the Best U.S. Hotels for the Holidays
12.13.2011

Yosemite’s Ahwahnee among the Best U.S. Hotels for the Holidays

YOSEMITE, Calif. (Dec. 13, 2011) – The Delaware North Companies-operated Ahwahnee Hotel at Yosemite National Park has been named one of the best hotels in the United States for the holidays by Travel + Leisure magazine. The article is featured in the prestigious magazine’s December issue.
Delaware North’s Employment of Individuals with Disabilities Nets Employer of Year Award for Bridgestone Arena
11.30.2011

Delaware North’s Employment of Individuals with Disabilities Nets Employer of Year Award for Bridgestone Arena

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Nov. 30, 2011) – Delaware North Companies, the food and retail concessions partner of the Nashville Predators, has made it part of its employee recruitment effort in recent years to hire individuals with disabilities. That effort recently resulted in an employer of the year award for Bridgestone Arena.
Delaware North Companies Marks 5,000th Live Music Performance Sponsored at Austin Airport
10.10.2011

Delaware North Companies Marks 5,000th Live Music Performance Sponsored at Austin Airport

AUSTIN, Texas (Oct. 7, 2011) – Bringing live music performances to an airport was an unprecedented move in June 1999, but that’s just what city and airport officials had in mind for the then-brand-new Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Announces Launch Viewing Opportunities and Special Events for Aug. 5 Juno Mission
08.01.2011

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex Announces Launch Viewing Opportunities and Special Events for Aug. 5 Juno Mission

Kennedy Space Center, FL (August 1, 2011) - While space shuttles have had their last lift-off, locals and visitors to the Space Coast can still experience the thrill of a launch. On Friday, Aug. 5, between 11:34 a.m. and 12:43 p.m., NASA is scheduled to launch the Jupiter-bound, solar-powered Juno spacecraft aboard the most powerful Atlas rocket ever made, the Atlas V 551, from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The first 2,000 guests to arrive at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex (KSCVC) will be invited to view the launch from the closest possible public viewing area, the Apollo/Saturn V Center.