Previous research dealt with the problem of successfully approaching the combination of multiple, marginally compatible, historical and other forms of digital abstract data. The initial challenge, from a designer’s point of view, was to define and create the database for the Museum of the City of Volos (MuCiV) that will contain these seemingly incompatible data to a formulation collaborated with a geo-referenced information visualization system. This paper aims to go a step further by defining and implementing such an information visualization system. Thus, visual structures digitally representing a variety of non-spatial data, as well as the ways that these structures can interact, are investigated. It is argued that the results of this research can have interesting implementations to the museum program; by organizing in alternative ways its content and context and by facilitating the dissemination of information to the public through interactive multimodal exhibits.