The National Park Service, after rethinking the way it presents the history of one of America's the most pivotal battles, has culled artifacts from local archives and hired a local muralist. The result, an airy new Bunker Hill Museum in Charlestown, is now open to the public. At left, Neal Mayer, designer of the exhibit, worked on the lights.
The National Park Service, after rethinking the way it presents the history of one of America's the most pivotal battles, has culled artifacts from local archives and hired a local muralist. The result, an airy new Bunker Hill Museum in Charlestown, is now open to the public. At left, Neal Mayer, designer of the exhibit, worked on the lights.
(Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan)