Indoor exhibits provide visitors with opportunities for enhanced orientation to the park, for increased understanding of park stories, and to make meaningful connections to park resources. Effective visitor center exhibits sensitively present artifacts in context, accurately depict historic and natural scense at large scale, feature tactile elements such as replicas and landscape models, bring stories to life with audiovisual programs, and invite visitor engagement with robust interactives and audience-centered experiences. See examples of our work in our exhibits portfolio page.
Making media accessible to visitors with disabilities makes our products even better and is critical in all stages all stages of the planning, design and production process. For more information about programmatic accessibility for National Park Service interpretive media, please visit HFC's Accessibility webpage. A good place to start is the accessibility guidelines. Please also explore this page for specific topics and additional resources.