Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center

390 million years of history

Solid Light’s re-imagining of the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center in Clarksville, Indiana, brings 390 million years of history alive for children and adults, igniting a passion that transforms them into stewards of this remarkable site. The science and cultural history museum is located on 200 acres of the world’s largest, most accessible Devonian fossil beds—ancient marine life, far older than the dinosaurs—as well as at a crossroads of human histories, where native peoples and Lewis and Clark’s famous expedition meet.

Given the Interpretive Center’s interest in attracting school groups, Solid Light made the experience more hands-on, with focused use of immersive media, diverse learning activities for visitors of all ages, expanded use of artifact collections, and an all-new orientation film. All visitors come to understand that they, too, are part of this ongoing history and can add to the legacy of the Falls of the Ohio.

Project Details


Falls of the Ohio State Park Interpretive Center


Jeffersonville, Indiana


8,900 square feet