As a design sub-contractors for AtlantexCreativeGroup, Sperry Design undertook a new installation of exhibits at the Ingonish Visitor Centre in Cape Breton Highlands National Park. The interpretive objectives and approach of this project were to: Provide information to visitors; Orient visitors upon arrival in Cape Breton Highlands National Park as they plan their visit; Promote key experiences in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, and Share the story of Cape Breton Highlands National Park This exhibit was very family-friendly and fun. It was a balance of informative interpretive panels along with interactive touch screens and hands-on learning components. An example of this included a station where visitors could touch and feel the various cobblestones found on the Highland Park’s beaches. In terms of new media, we took an actual topographical map from the 1970’s, a former feature exhibit, and reinvented it as an interactive touchscreen map of the Park that allowed users to access the park’s beaches, campgrounds, trails and amenities. Broadly, the visitor experience and overall message, welcomed and oriented visitors and then provided an overview of the park’s wildlife, trails, beaches, communities, programs, camping, amenities, and gave them the opportunity to plan their own adventure and explore the park.