Interactive Exhibits

River Discovery Center

Through state-of-the-art interactive exhibits, River Discovery Center tells the story of the four rivers region of western Kentucky.  Visitors experience a hands-on opportunity to see how the river has contributed to the culture and history of the area and the economic impact of commercial navigation.  The museum features water-filled exhibits including an audio-visual enhanced rain […]

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Sioux City Public Museum

The Sioux City Public Museum is in the heart of downtown, nestled in the cultural and entertainment district.  The goal of the museum is to honor the past, engage the present and secure the future for all residents of Siouxland.  As visitors walk into the museum they are greeted with a large scale architectural drawing […]

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Connecticut Historical Society Old State House Museum

The Old State House Museum features a 6,500 square foot exhibit space located in downtown Hartford. Operated by the Connecticut Historical society, the exhibit tells the story of Hartford’s rich and colorful history through sights, sounds, images and artifacts. The exhibit balances the use of advanced audio-visual elements and touch-screen computer technology with simple hands-on […]

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Woodlawn Storyville Library

The Woodlawn Storyville Library was created for the children of the western suburbs of Baltimore. This, the second Storyville facility in Baltimore, was built to encourage children under 5 years old to a pathway of reading and education. The elements of this educationally immersive  facility depict life in Baltimore. There is a small “Baby Park” […]

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Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Malone Design/Fabrication was contracted to design, fabricate and install exhibits at the Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge visitor center. The refuge is uniquely located within the urban and suburban areas of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The refuge is comprised of approximately 14,000 acres, spanning 99 miles of the Minnesota River. The goals of the exhibit […]

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Neosho National Fish Hatchery

The Neosho National Fish Hatchery in southwest Missouri is the nation’s oldest operational federal fish hatchery. In addition to design and fabrication of all exhibits, Malone Design/Fabrication assisted with almost every aspect of the interior design of the building and public use spaces. The 9,200 square foot. visitor’s center is expected to accommodate more than […]

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Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center

Located in the Shiloh National Military Park, this striking visitor center of the National Park Service truly draws viewers into a sense of history. The exhibit begins with a room depicting the path to war and the social, political and economic conditions at the time. After crossing a replica railroad track set into the floor, […]

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Necedah National Wildlife Refuge

The visitor center at Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, provides a hands-on introduction to the interconnected habitats and wildlife found on the refuge. Using a combination of scenic habitat recreations and interactive experiences, visitors are encouraged to observe and explore their surroundings, both in the exhibit gallery and out on the refuge’s many trails. In the […]

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Museum of the Southwest- Blakemore Planetarium

The entrance gallery of the museum’s Blakemore Planetarium was redesigned to greet the visitor with a dynamic and exciting introduction to space science and history. Large backlit graphics and bright interactive columns let visitors explore the properties and states of matter and our solar system. Surrounding an artifact star projector are two curved, sliding touch […]

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Ocmulgee National Monument

The Ocmulgee National Monument, a National Park Service property, is a memorial to the antiquity of people in Southeastern North America. From Ice Age hunters to the modern Creek Nation, there is evidence of at least 10,000 year’s of human habitation. Working with park staff and the Native Indian Nations, Malone designed and fabricated museum […]

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Georgia Sea Turtle Center

The Georgia Sea Turtle Center is a state of the art $2 million dollar facility focused on the treatment and rehabilitation of injured sea turtles and terrapins. In the exhibition hall, designed and fabricated by Malone, visitors can explore scenic interactive stations and videos about the life cycle of sea turtles and the many threats […]

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Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife

The CROW Education Center was designed to create communication of its mission, raise awareness, inspire activism, and most importantly give visitors the experience of visiting CROW Wildlife Hospital without ever going there.   The goal was to tell CROW’s unique story in an exciting and distinctive way. CROW has treated almost 300 different species of animals […]

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Monastery of the Holy Spirit Monastic Heritage Center

The Monastery of the Holy Spirit recently constructed a new public complex that includes a new gift shop, bonsai garden center, refectory café and interpretive exhibit spaces. Malone worked closely with the monks to create a unique visitor center experience that tells not only the story of the monastery, but connects visitors to the daily […]

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