Amelia Earhart Hangar Museum Takes Off

On April 14th, we traveled to Amelia Earhart’s hometown of Atchison, Kansas to celebrate the opening of the Amelia Earhart Hangar Museum. Founded with the mission to educate, inspire, and empower all generations in the pursuit of flight, the museum chronicles Earhart’s life, groundbreaking achievements, and houses the last remaining 1935 Lockheed Electra 10-E aircraft […]

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10 Lessons Learned Creating Children’s Museum Exhibits

We’ve learned a few things through our work developing museum exhibits over more years than we’d like to admit. Here are a few shortcuts to avoid some painful mistakes.
Your museum is a product of your organization’s unique personality and borne of your team’s ideas and values, not just a collection of stuff. When you see a great exhibit at another museum, take note of what you like about it—rather than just trying to duplicate it. What does it do well and what could be improved upon?

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A Transparent View of Agriculture

The Glass Barn Our favorite projects involve taking educational content and making it understandable, interactive, and fun. Museum EXP recently led an exhibit renovation for the Indiana Soybean Alliance that allowed us to create engaging experiences that reinforce important information about agriculture in a fun way—plus we were able to include a few soybean puns. […]

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