Interactive maps and games (produced by Harvest Moon Studio), explore why a growing nation needed canals.
The Children’s Museum exists to ignite a passion for learning—empowering all children to discover their full potential, and expand their view of themselves, and the world.
The Utility Exploration Center brings into focus the issues of climate change and resource depletion on a global and local level, putting the spotlight on the underlying causes. And then it offers practical solutions.
A new traveling exhibit circulated by the Virginia Historical Society explores these and a host of other timely concerns in “An American Turning Point.”
Diamond Valley Lake Visitor Center is the home of Hydro, a fun and friendly character designed by Harvest Moon Studio. Through 3D animation, flash animation and the famous “Pepper’s Ghost” effect, Hydro teaches people the importance of conserving water.