• Part of a roofline shows from one building. Trees with fall color leaves on them fill most of the photo. A lamp-post is near center of the photo.

    Harpers Ferry Center

Wayside Samples

Wayside exhibits are incomplete work until they are set in the place they are meant to interpret. Panels alone do not represent the complete picture. To truly understand whether a wayside is successful, look at them installed in the field.

Download samples of wayside exhibit layouts ranging from safety and orientation to battlefield interpretation.

Six examples of wayside exhibits

Exhibits

Nature and Geology PDF (15 pages | 24 MB)

Vista Labeling PDF (4 pages | 13 MB)

History PDF (8 pages | 9 MB)

Battles and Forts: Illustrations PDF (12 pages | 22 MB)

Battles and Forts: Unit Identification PDF (5 pages | 12 MB)

Battles and Forts: Sense of Place PDF (7 pages | 27 MB)

Battles and Forts: How Forts Work PDF (4 pages | 4.5 MB)

Battles and Forts: Orientation PDF (6 pages | 12 MB)

Area Orientation PDF (6 pages | 15 MB)

Trailheads: Upright PDF (6 pages | 28 MB)

Trailheads: Low-profile PDF (5 pages | 10 MB)

Safety PDF (8 pages | 22 MB)

Trailsides PDF (11 pages | 3.4 MB)

Tactile Elements PDF (5 pages | 6 MB)

Quote-based PDF (4 pages | 8 MB)

Bilingual PDF (11 pages | 20 MB)

Project Documents

Wayside Exhibit Proposal PDF (149 pages | 27 MB)

Wayside Exhibit Concept Plan PDF (21 pages | 43 MB)

Resource Request List PDF (4 pages | 1 MB)

Graphic Use Rights Letter PDF (1 page | 45 KB)

Scope of Work for Spanish Translation PDF (2 pages | 16 KB)

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