About the Tour
The tour is provided in partnership by the Softwood Lumber Board, U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities, and the APA – Engineered Wood Association, and is endorsed by the National Building Museum.
The Think Wood Mobile Tour is a museum-quality display that showcases the environmental and economic benefits of softwood lumber and engineered wood products in both residential and commercial construction. The traveling exhibit features interactive elements, product and connection examples, and models, telling the wood story from forest to market.
Follow the green guided paths at the start of the tour, or explore at your own pace, following the white arrows on the wood floor. Take each path and use your cursor to explore the surroundings and more information on each element.
For the best experience, we recommend using Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari or the new Microsoft Edge. Enjoy exploring!
Mobile Tour Safety Protocols
Now more than ever, Think Wood and its partners are committed to creating a tour experience where participants can feel safe about interacting with others in person. In addition to observing mandates and guidelines set forth by event facilities, local authorities and government health agencies, several additional steps for cleaning and disinfection will be in place. If health officials release new guidelines regarding prevention and distancing practices, we will update our policies to reflect such recommendations.
Prevention and Protection
Cleaning and Hygiene
Personal Wellness Check
While THINK WOOD and the THINK WOOD venue provide certain COVID-19 safety requirements, you should follow the CDC’s specific community mitigation guidelines including personal protective measures, social distancing and environmental surface cleaning. You should consult your medical professional before attending any event. Any reliance you place on THINK WOOD and venue materials is strictly at your own risk and may not fully protect you from any illness or liability that may occur. You should follow all federal, state and local regulations including, but not limited to, those provided by the CDC and OSHA.