The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center interpretive exhibits capture the unique qualities of this multi-state region. Developed jointly by the National Park Service, United States Forest Service, and the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, the Northern Great Lakes Center includes 2,500 square-feet of exhibits. The thematic title "How We View the Land Determines How We Use the Land" presents a balanced view of the controversial and often emotional issues relating to the area's development.
"Northern Voices" is the title of the sophisticated audiovisual orientation program. The dramatic Object Theater presentation uses light, sound, images, objects, music and narration to help illustrate how people have viewed the Northern Great Lakes Region over the years.
Project Planning: Tom Thomas, John Low