The project has also resulted in the building of an interpretive visitor information system which now holds a number of educational exhibits on the history of the area. The centre is also equipped with meeting space available for local non-profit societies and a gift shop where local artisans can display and sell their work. It is has become a popular tourist stop but also a local hot spot with its playground and picnic areas.
During the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, the centre held 80 people to watch the opening ceremonies and was open throughout the entire event. The students from CNC organized the media room for spectators during the games.