FDR Presidential Library and Museum

During our long relationship with the FDR Library, our media experiences have helped immerse visitors in an era that continues to shape our world today.

Gallagher & Associates
Hyde Park, NY, USA
12,000 sq. ft.

Media Master Planning

Exhibit Design Collaboration

Media Experience Design & Production

Digital Interactive Design & Development

Tech Systems Design & Oversight

Immersive Theater Design

The Continuing Struggle


“The Continuing Struggle” examines the Roosevelts' complex legacy on Black civil and economic rights. The centerpiece of the temporary exhibit "Black Americans, Civil Rights, and the Roosevelts," this 10-minute film highlights African American leaders' activism during FDR's administration and their lasting impact on the civil rights movement.

World in Crisis

Immersive Theater

The design of this immersive theater experience conveys the rapidly disintegrating political and economic situation of 1932 as FDR seeks the presidency.

Remembering Pearl Harbor

Multi-Screen Projection

This multi-screen theater, created for a temporary exhibit, showed how the attack on Pearl Harbor began the United States’ transformation from an isolationist nation to a global superpower.


Immersive Theater

Written and narrated by President Bill Clinton, Legacy shows the far-reaching influence of a president who led the country through some of its darkest days.