Creating remarkable visitor experiences across the cultural sector

Outdoor Apps

As well as our large collection of apps at museums, castles and country houses we have a growing number of apps and guides at outdoor sites, towns and village tours and National and Country parks.

Mobile apps are a great way of providing information and interpretation without cluttering an open space with intrusive boards and signage. It also provides the opportunity for a huge range of extra features and content to enhance your message and add value to the visit.

  • wayfinding
  • trail marking
  • film
  • audio
  • treasure hunts

Digital content won’t rot if it is left out all winter and can be continually changed and updated using our content management system.

Keep in touch

Apps are a great way of reaching your visitors before, during and after their visit. Push notifications can be setup up to remind visitors about upcoming events such as a new themed trail, updates to the content or even the best time to watch migrating whales! (As seen at Dunwich Heath).

No Signal? No problem!

One of the first hurdles we come up against when talking to outdoor sites (and many other Heritage properties for that matter) is the issue of mobile reception, or lack of it. We offer a number of solutions to help get your content to the visitor in all conditions.

Our iTouch Multimedia Guides hold the same app content and are used at indoor and outdoor heriatage sites across the country, learn more about them here.

The majority of our apps are not “Web Apps” this means all content, (videos, images, games, interactives) are downloaded before the visitor arrives on site and do not need to be streamed via the internet.

If a visitor arrives at your site and they don’t have the app we do offer an on-site content delivery system which doesn’t rely on a strong internet connection but streaming the app from a local server. Please get in touch if you would like to hear more about this.