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Tell compelling stories that educate and engage visitors

Our exhibit development services help museums, interpretive centers, and corporations capture a visitor’s imagination through sights, sounds, and words. History Associates collaborates with clients, designers, and other exhibit professionals to develop a storyline that provides a richly layered learning experience.

We participate in all phases of exhibit, audiovisual, and interactive content development—from initial conceptualization through final fabrication. Whether you need a full storyline and script for museum exhibits, historic photographs for a small display, research for a computer interactive, or help licensing media content, our researchers have the skills and experience to get your project done on time and within budget.

While our trained historians find the striking historic photographs, film, audio, and artifacts that bring the past to life, our skilled exhibit writers craft engaging label text and multimedia scripts. Our museum content team has developed standardized research methodologies and tools that efficiently coordinate content needs with design and fabrication during every phase of exhibit development.

As professional historians, we ensure that all exhibit elements combine to tell an authoritative story.

List of Exhibit Services

  • Content development for exhibits, interactives, and multimedia
  • Image and artifact research
  • Label text and script writing
  • High-resolution image acquisition
  • Artifact acquisition
  • Media asset licensing

For more detail on how we’ve helped organizations engage and educate their visitors, explore our case stories. Or call us at (301) 279-9697 or contact History Associates to discuss your exhibit development project.

Service Type
Exhibit Planning
Provider Name
History Associates Inc.,
300 N. Stonestreet Avenue,Rockville,MD-20850,
Telephone No.301-279-9697
United States
Our museum exhibit design services help cultural institutions, interpretive centers, and corporations capture a visitor’s imagination through sights, sounds, and words.
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