New Jersey Hall of Fame Mobile Museum

Showcasing the Garden State in a Mobile, Interactive Mobile Exhibit

The New Jersey Hall of Fame is home to an exhibition that showcases the accomplishments of those from the Garden State. But without a permanent home to call its own, the Board of Directors turned to architect and Hall of Fame inductee Michael Graves to design a mobile museum that would illustrate the way inductees have changed both the state and the world.

Lynch Exhibits partnered with the engineering team of Diversified’s Digital Media Group to design technology solutions for the interactive mobile exhibit. In addition to the design of Michael Graves, a renowned planner and designer of museum exhibits, Ralph Appelbaum Associates aided in the design of the mobile museum. The 53-foot double-expandable trailer has the ability to transform to 850 square feet of museum exhibition space, on-location.

In order to attract, inform and entertain visitors, the mobile museum features multimedia presentations and exhibits as well as a creative interactive suite.

Since its inception, the New Jersey Hall of Fame Mobile Museum has welcomed hundreds of thousands of visitors. The mobile museum, which New Jersey Hall of Fame Foundation Board Chairman Emeritus John Keegan calls the “field trip on wheels,” now showcases Garden State greats like Toni Morrison, Buzz Aldrin, Bruce Springsteen, John Travolta, Jack Nicholson and Queen Latifah.

The mobile multimedia exhibit features images, artifacts, film and interactive elements, made available by the technical support and expertise of Diversified.