The state park features an architecturally intriguing Interpretive Center that reflects the layers of history at the Falls of the Ohio. Exhibits inside flow through Earth’s history, focusing how this river crossroads shaped the America we know today. With a commanding view of the fossil beds and Ohio River, the Center features 3,000 square feet of immersive exhibits, the new Falls of the Ohio Orientation film that premiered in September 2018, an auditorium, rotunda, classroom, wildlife and river viewing rooms, gift shop, restrooms and water fountains.
The Interpretive Center is open year round, except: New Year’s Day, Thunder Over Louisville, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas. Audio descriptive iPods for visitors with visual and hearing impairments are available to help interpret the exhibits. A wheelchair is available for visitors with limited mobility. Ask at the admissions desk.