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Huntsville Visitor's Center celebrates new addition

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Since the visitor's center opened a decade ago, more than 179-thousand people had been welcomed there. Since the visitor's center opened a decade ago, more than 179-thousand people had been welcomed there.
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A new addition to Huntsville's Visitor Center marks its tenth anniversary Saturday. City leaders hope the attraction will draw more folks through its doors.

The new kiosk called "#RocketCitySelfie" allows people to stand in front of a green screen and take a picture of themselves with any Huntsville attraction of their choosing. Those photos can then be shared on social media.

Since the visitor's center opened a decade ago, more than 179-thousand people had been welcomed there.

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