New exhibits make creative use of 20-year-old equipment, helping to match the institution’s mission with the exhibit approach. Using feedback derived from the center’s experience with the public, old exhibit... read more →
African Americans have always been an integral part of the U.S. military, though their contributions often went unrecognized and they lacked the very human rights they fought for. Black servicemembers fought... read more →
NPS team members were integral partners in co-developing tactile and photographic exhibit assets. Durable, inexpensive materials invite visitors to touch and engage with nature-related content. The project is an excellent... read more →
The Seminole Experience gallery—the central introductory area—uses evocative media to present the Museum’s three primary themes. Visitors choose their own pathways through the exhibitions.
Through self-guided visitor experiences and tours into the launch capsule, the public is challenged to understand and question nuclear power as both a deterrence and threat. At the same time,... read more →
At this “experience-based” exhibit, visitors engage with the sights, sounds, and feel of safari life. They ride in a game drive vehicle, half in and half out of a monkey... read more →
…the most successful exhibit the Boulder History Museum has ever had on display. Attendance to this exhibit broke all records and we were honored to receive two very prestigious awards…... read more →
In addition to a large historical and company overview exhibition, a series of fifteen “jewel cases” stretch the length of the 1/8th mile main hall of the facility. Each case... read more →