Through this media-rich experience, Web site and kiosk users explore a 3-D house to discover a Chinese region’s renowned architecture and the generations of a family that made it their home.

Visitors follow Lewis and Clark on their “journey of discovery” through this Web site, which contextualizes their movement, discoveries, encounters, and documentation.

Exploring the culture and legacy of the rich Native American storytelling tradition, this site features four narratives from different regions of America.

Full of games, activities, and glimpses into fictitious worlds, this promotional Web site for an unusual video game immerses visitors into a rich, dynamic, and enchanting playground.

On September 11, 2002, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History opened a new exhibition to commemorate the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks on America.

This site provides broad access to this unusual national collection of September 11–related artifacts, and allows visitors to learn the behind-the-scenes collection process at the Smithsonian.