The Grove Museum



State of Florida


Interpretive Panels

Custom Casework

Video Presentation

Touch Screen


Large Touch Table

Audio Presentations

Artifact Displays

The Grove is an iconic house in downtown Tallahassee, FL. Built by Richard Keith Call, the state’s first territorial governor, the home remained in the Call family for generations until they donated it to the people of Florida in 2012. The state of Florida undertook a major restoration project to stabilize this important property and open it as a museum. HW Exhibits worked with museum staff to develop a wide array of interpretive products and beautiful custom cases that help tell the home’s story while respecting and protecting the historical fabric of the house. Our products included a suite of touch screen interactives, audio stations, and a large touch table set into a beautiful custom table made from oak recovered from the property.

HW Exhibits is a division of Brockington and Associates, a heritage resources consulting firm that has conducted thousands of archaeological and historical projects across the country and around the world.

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