Zion National Park Visitor Center/Administration Building, UT
This building was designed and built in the 1950s as part of the National Park Service's landmark Mission 66 program. This was one of the early examples of a new building type: the park Visitor Center that combined visitor programs, facilities and interpretation with administrative functions. In 2001, the public areas were adapted to house the Human History Museum. Avenue L prepared a Historic Structures Report and National Register Nomination for the building.