2012 - Old Baldy Lighthouse interpretation plan

Old Baldy Lighthouse, Bald Head Island, NC, USA

June 2012 - Old Baldy Foundation, Old Baldy Lighthouse Interpretive Master Plan/Exhibit Concept Design Plan.

HDC with Kaser Design, was awarded the contract to develop the Interpretive Master Plan and new museum exhibit concept designs for the Old Baldy Lighthouse, located on Bald Head Island, North Carolina.

Bald Head Lighthouse, known as Old Baldy, is the oldest lighthouse still standing in North Carolina. It is the second of three lighthouses that have been built on Bald Head Island since the 18th century to help guide ships past the dangerous shoals at the mouth of the Cape Fear river.

The Old Baldy Foundation operates Old Baldy and the adjacent Smith Island Museum of History, which is located in a replica of one of the original lighthouse keeper's quarters from the 1850s and features period furnishings, lighthouse artifacts including parts of the lens from the Cape Fear Lighthouse, and exhibits about the history of Old Baldy and the island.

You can visit this site at: http://www.oldbaldy.org