Interpretive Exhibits and Publications

PAL has extensive experience creating informative multimedia products designed to capture the attention of the general public and interpret the values of historic properties.

The production of interpretive exhibits, displays, and publications is an increasingly common form of mitigation required for projects that impact historically significant archaeological or architectural properties.

In accomplishing these projects, we collaborate with project stakeholders and often work with a network of design and fabrication partners who offer specialized talents to produce professional, high-quality materials. A number of our interpretive products have received awards for their contributions to cultural resource education.

Interpretive Exhibits and Publications include:

  • Booklets and pamphlets in web and printed formats
  • Digital documentary videos
  • Interpretive panels and signage
  • Displays ranging from small, portable collection to full multimedia exhibits containing artifacts, interpretive panels, video, and sound recordings
  • Oral history recordings
  • Interpretive landscape designs
Middle Fort Pond Brook Sewer, Pine Hawk Display, Acton, MA  2005-2008Jamestown Bridge Demolition, Jamestown and North Kingstown, RI  2005-2008Old Colony Railroad Greenbush Line, MA  2002, 2006-2008