The Yellowstone lakeshore and area surrounding the historical Fishing Bridge Visitor Center are rich in both its variety of ecosystems and avian species. Organized by ecological zones, the grand central... read more →
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 →
The land has always provided. For over 13,000 years, Native people have found food and shelter here. Ute, Cheyenne, Arapaho, and other American Indian people wintered in this area, well... read more →
We still go back up to the archaeological site to pray and ask for their spiritual support. That’s how important that site is to us. We cherish it very much.... 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 →
Community-Led Studio Tectonic led the design process with a community-curated methodology. We guided more than two-dozen community curators, who divided into content subject-area teams. Each team was responsible for research,... 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.
Accessible and easy to use interpretation focuses on the most important content that concerns visitors and reduces the basic questions asked of Rangers…all helping keep lines to information desks shorter... read more →