Exhibit Concepts, Inc.  

Vandalia,  OH 
United States
  • Booth: 1043

Since 1978, Exhibit Concepts, Inc. has cultivated an outstanding reputation for quality design, production, and management of exhibits for interpretive facilities, museums, and visitor centers throughout the United States. Exhibit Concepts, Inc. is a certified Women's Business Enterprise (WBE).
At Exhibit Concepts, we create an unforgettable visitor journey, focused on your goals and objectives. No matter your environment, we transform your spaces to tell your story, whether through in-person experiences or virtual, or a combination of the two.  We make your story unforgettable.

 Show Specials

  • Most museums are required to seek competitive bids for a new museum exhibit or major refurbishment. Issuing an RFP (request for proposal) is one of the first steps in the process. You’ll want to identify a fabricator with the proven processes, experience in your area, and the right price to ensure a successful project.

    It is incredibly frustrating to receive an incomplete, unclear, or unorganized response. And in many cases, you will rule these submissions out. Luckily, simple things like creating checklists, establishing reasonable deadlines, and refining RFP copy is an easy fix. To receive the best answers from potential partners, these guidelines from our team of museum experts will help you formulate questions that will capture what you need, right off the bat.

    More information here!


  • National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum | Fort Pierce, FL
    Project Overview:
    Project Size: 2,200 sq. ft
    Completion Date: 2016
    Scope of Work: Interpretive Planning, Design, Fabrication, Installation

  • With the success of the Navy SEALs new wing, which Exhibit Concepts had fabricated and installed, the team was invited back to design and fabricate the new Cold War gallery. The exhibit showcases the origins of the Navy SEALs as well as their capabilities and operations during the Cold War.

    Artifact cases feature SCUBA gear and weapons while dramatic dioramas highlight realistic scenes of Navy SEALs in action. Large format graphics give visitors the opportunity to learn about covert missions that were once classified and about fallen Navy SEAL heroes. Patrons can also participate in interactive exhibits such as a rope tying challenge, a periscope interactive, and a photo op.

  • The Computer History Museum | Mountain View, CA
    Project Overview:

    Project Size: 31,00 sq. ft.
    Completion Date: 2011 (Phase I) & 2017 (Phase II)
    Scope of Work: Fabrication, Installation

    Designer: Van Sickle & Rolleri...

  • Exhibit Concepts was selected to fabricate and install exhibit components for phases one and two of the Computer History Museum’s latest exhibits – Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing, and Make Software: Change the World!

    Exhibits were fabricated which provided elements including prototyping, casework, and lockable cases, large format graphics and macro and micro mounting, highly interactive stations, and passive and active security requisites – while staying within ADA compliance.