Virginia Department of Conservation, Shenandoah River State Park

Raymond “Andy” Guest Visitor Center

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Riggs Ward Design recently collaborated with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation to plan, design, and install exhibits for Shenandoah River State Park's newly constructed Raymond "Andy" Guest Visitor Center. The space features exhibit areas, class/conference room, photo gallery, and lobby displays. The exhibits celebrate the park's history, natural beauty, and recreational value, focusing on the centrality of the Shenandoah River to those themes. Riggs Ward's design includes indoor and outdoor water features that highlight the Shenandoah River's ecosystems, an area for housing both temporary and permanent exhibits, interactive displays that allow visitors to follow the area's historic timeline, as well as three-dimensional artifacts including a number of mounted animals.

Client

Virginia Department of Conservation, Shenandoah River State Park

Location

Bentonville, VA

Our Role

A/V Media
Exhibit Design

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