Exhibition Design Work for Visitor Centres

Exhibition Design Work for Visitor Centres

Peak District National Park Authority – Interpretation and Exhibition Design Work for Visitor Centres.

Peak District National Park Authority

Contract summary


Construction and Real Estate, Materials and Products, Other Services, Technology and Equipment

Location of contract

East Midlands

Value of contract (£)


Published date

22 July 2016

Closing date

02 September 2016

Contract start date

12 September 2016

Contract end date

17 March 2017


The Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA) is inviting contractors to submit a tender for interpretive design, production and installation of exhibition work at three of its Visitor Centres – Bakewell, Castleton and Edale. The vision is to create innovative and engaging interpretation exhibitions within all three Centres to inspire visitors to ‘get out and explore’ whilst gaining a deeper understanding of the National Park. At the heart of this approach is a desire for the interpretation to engage with visitors on an emotional and physical level as well as an intellectual one. The overall aim of the interpretation is to inspire visitors to get out and engage with landscapes and encourage them to explore the Peak District National Park. The interpretation should instil confidence and motivate those less familiar with exploring natural environments

About the buyer

Contact name

Catherine Bowmer


Aldern House

Baslow Road


DE45 1AE






Other information

How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.


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