Thomson Park wayside exhibits adhere to the best standards and practices of the National Park Service and other leaders in historical interpretation. For details, see the park service guidelines at http://hfc.nps.gov/products/waysides/index.htm and the NPS Wayside Guide.
The goal of the exhibits is to educate and inspire visitors using bold graphics and text. We tried to make them appropriate for typical visitors to the park – the general public, not only scholars and historians. The park includes one upright sign and four exhibit panels that do not obstruct the view of Breach Inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. The wayside exhibits are 36″ x 24″ panels installed at waist height and constructed of self-supporting, UV resistant, fused polycarbonate with a 10-year warranty. Graphics are featured and concise text is presented in an easy-to-read type. The panels shown below are grouped together for easy visitor access and readability.
FIRST PANEL Click to enlarge:
SECOND PANEL Click to enlarge:
THIRD PANEL Click to enlarge:
FOURTH PANEL Click to enlarge: