National Museum of the
george h. w. bush gallery
Housed in the Museum is the George H. W. Bush Gallery, a 34,000 square-foot exhibit space that begins with the bombing of Pearl Harbor and ends with the surrender of Japan on September 2, 1945, and the Post War.
The gallery exhibits fabricated by Exhibit Concepts, Inc. includes ninety-two large artifact cases, forty-five media-rich presentations, and seven hundred informative graphic panels and murals. Dramatic themed environments place the visitor inside a US submarine and in the command and control center of a Navy cruiser.
Project Size: 34,000 sq. ft.
Completion Date: December 2009
Scope of Work: Fabrication, Installation
Designer: DG Studios