Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center


On the Ohio River shoreline in Indiana, the fossilized remains of ancient marine animals—far older than the dinosaurs—glitter in the sun. How did they get there?

The answer can be found at the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center, a hands-on children’s science museum that spans 390 million years of natural and cultural history, educating the community and inspiring newfound curiosity in the region’s past. Central to the exhibit is an immersive media experience centered on Lewis and Clark as they set out on their famed expedition into the Pacific Northwest. 

Winner: 2016 Bronze Telly Award

Film/Video, Non-Broadcast Production, History/Biography category

“They are very artistic, have good vision and ideas.”

Vicki Basman
Chief of Interpretation, Indiana Department of Natural Resources