AHS designs permanent and temporary museum-style exhibits to document, commemorate, and interpret archaeological sites, buildings, structures, and landscapes. We collect artifacts, photographs and materials, write text, design layouts, and oversee panel construction and installation. Our exhibits often serve as mitigation for project impacts to significant archaeological and historic resources.
Examples of AHS exhibits include:
- Permanent 3-panel installation in Trumbull State Park Museum, New London, Connecticut; on 19th-century torpedo boats discovered in an archaeological survey along the Thames River
- Permanent installation at the Connecticut State Capitol, Hartford, Connecticut; on Connecticut’s legislative history
- Permanent installation on the history of mental health treatment at Institute of Living, Hartford, Connecticut
- Six-panel wall and movable kiosk exhibit on pre-contact Native American quartz toolmaking along the Pootatuck River in Newtown, Connecticut. This portable exhibit can move around town.
- Historical markers for the Rhode Island Rochambeau War route
- Marker for historic creamery, Andover, Connecticut