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In 2010, Adler Display completed work on a delightfully playful train-themed children’s reading area for the Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library. The display includes:
The train-themed reading area was part of a larger library renovation designed to engage young minds and educate children about the history of the Westminster area.
“We are very pleased with Adler’s vision for the project,” said the director of the Carroll County Public Library, Lynn Wheeler. “The elements in the design they created are sure to delight our visitors. Adler Display has responded to our needs and kept the project consistently
The train-themed children’s area renovation was made possible by a Maryland State Library Capital Programs grant and local funding approved by the Board of Commissioners for Carroll County.
Display Environments from Adler Display
Throughout our rich history, Adler Display has created hundreds of display environments, ranging from museum displays and hospital displays to airport displays, visitor center displays, and so much more! Our display environments design, fabrication, and installation will make your location come alive.
Whether you seek form, function, fun or all of the above, Adler Display’s innovative display environments provide the impact that will make a lasting impression.
If you would like to learn more about Library Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
“It is a fabulous company to deal with. Every project we have done to date has been great.” – Ailene Sher, Beth El Congregation
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Adler Display is deeply entrenched in the tradition and history of the city of Baltimore, Maryland. Because of this, it only made sense for Adler to tackle a project like a traveling display depicting the history of the Baltimore Orioles. The exhibit, sponsored by The Baltimore Sun and presented by Nissan(R), includes exciting photos and memorabilia highlighting the Orioles throughout the years, including Cal Ripken Jr.’s incredible consecutive game streak, World Series championships, Memorial Stadium, Camden Yards, and much more.
“It’s a great display of Baltimore baseball history,” said Ron Adler, president of Adler Display. “As a lifelong fan of the Orioles, I get chills every time I see it.”
This was not Adler Displays first foray into a baseball-themed exhibit. Adler had previously completed two displays for the Babe Ruth Museum, one depicting the Babe from his early days in Baltimore to his glory days as baseball’s Sultan of Swat and the other on Cal Ripken Jr.’s 2,131 “Iron Man” streak.
“But having Adler Display honored by creating a display of the 50 years of the Orioles, now that was the best!” said Adler. “Some displays are just more fun to create than others,” said Adler.
Museum Exhibits from Adler Display
The design team at Adler Display creates stunning museum displays that bring art, artifacts, and information to life.
We have created museum displays for some of the finest galleries, museums, and nature centers in the country, from the Babe Ruth Museum, the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum, the Walters Art Gallery, the Oregon Ridge Nature Center, the Deep Creek Discovery Center, the National Aquarium in Baltimore, and more.
If you would like to learn more about Museum Displays, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
About Adler Display:
Adler Display is a nationally recognized innovative leader in visual communications through trade show displays, custom display environments, presentation graphics and signage. Headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland since 1939, Adler Display provides custom display environments and trade show displays nationally.
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In 1937, Howard Adler founded Adler Display, a company built on a reputation of innovative, creative and quality-oriented design and fabrication. Since that time, Adler Display has grown to become the national leader in trade show displays, custom display environments, signage and graphics.
Led today by Howard’s son Ron, who took over the family business in 1986, Adler Display continues its long-standing tradition of quality, creativity, and unmatched customer service.
Today, Adler Display not only specializes in trade show displays - including 10-foot displays, inline displays, island displays, tabletop displays, banner stands, trade show graphics and signage – but we also creates high quality permanent displays – including museum displays, lobby displays, hospital displays, school displays, visitor centers and more.
Help us Celebrate our 75th Anniversary!
We invite you to join us in celebrating our history on September 20th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Come enjoy food from Putting on the Ritz, drink, prizes and entertainment. Please r.s.v.p to Shannon Redmond at 410-281-1200 ext204 as soon as possible. The guest list is filling up fast!
Adler Display is proud to celebrate our 75th year in business!
If you would like to learn more about Adler Display’s 75th Anniversary Celebration, or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
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Adler Display specializes in bringing art, artifacts, and information to life with our custom museum displays. From classic to contemporary, natural to industrial, the superior design team at Adler Display can create a stunning museum display to meet the needs of any client.
That is why the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum approached Adler Display about creating several unique exhibits, including cabin & furniture replicas, climate controlled display cases, a conference center and more.
The Museum debuted its new Adler-designed exhibit hall in June 2006.
About the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum
The Benjamin Banneker Historical Park & Museum, which encompasses 142-acres in Oella, dates back to the 17th century. This national landmark site was the farmstead of the original Banneker family, and the 142-acre park is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Benjamin Banneker, who achieved national notoriety as the first African American Man of Science, a self-taught mathematician and astronomer and
The Banneker Historical Park and Museum preserves the cultural and natural history of the colonial era by offering special programs in colonial history and extensive environmental conservation, particularly for American native plants.
Within the site can be found many trails, including conservation paths and the historic No. 9 Trolley Line Trail. The museum presents changing exhibitions in history, art, culture, and science, and a constant one on the life of Benjamin Banneker. In addition to the museum, the park also features a newly restored 19th century farmhouse.
Museum Displays by Adler
Adler Display has created museum displays for some of the finest galleries, museums, and nature centers in the country. You can see our work in places like the Babe Ruth Museum, the Ocean City Lifesaving Station Museum, the Walters Art Gallery, the Oregon Ridge Nature Center, the Deep Creek Discovery Center, the National Aquarium in Baltimore and more.
If you have any questions about the project described above or if you would like to know what Adler Display can do for you, please contact us by calling 410-281-1200 or visit AdlerDisplay.com.
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