Something really exciting that I got to do last week at the museum was put up and design part of one of the exhibit cases in the lobby of the museum. This was a really fun and important activity for me as actual exhibit design is one of the most appealing aspects of museum work. Another incredibly interesting thing that has been going on at the museum recently has been the implementation of a new VR or virtual reality program downstairs. I have been lucky enough to test it out and get this new experience. The program puts individuals in a virtual tunnel from WW1 in a town that no longer exists thanks to the war. They are able to experience this space and also listen to narration and see pictures related to the town and its experience in the First World War. Working with VR is an extremely cool thing and I am very grateful to have this opportunity. It has also made me contemplate this technologies possible applications to museums and the field of public history.