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 →
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 →
FREEDOM IS feeling accepted Mia Maye Niagara Falls, NY Photos: Copyright 2018 Kim Smith Photo and Seth Frankel/Studio Tectonic (no rights/permissions granted)
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 →