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Museums & Galleries Virtual Tours
Why It Works
Museum virtual tour:
Let potential visitors explore your space at their leisure. Immortalise temporary exhibitions and encourage more people to visit your space.
Get more visitors and increase your online presence.
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How it helps
Museum and gallery virtual tours
Explore your space from anywhere
Give potential visitors the opportunity to explore your premises at their leisure, 24/7, from anywhere in the world.
Increased time on page
Having a 3D virtual tour on your website is proven to increase the time a visitor spends on your webpage. The longer they’re there, the more likely they are to come and visit.
Immortalise your exhibitions
Save a digital version of your exhibitions. So future generations can explore them once they’ve gone.
Allow your visitors to safely explore your museum or gallery in a more engaging way, for example, adding data points to convey key information.
How much will my virtual tour actually cost?
One of the most common questions we get asked and with good reason, price can often dictate if a virtual tour is the right solution for your property or business.
With so many variables effecting the cost of a virtual tour, we’ve done our best to create a quick guide to virtual tour pricing, based on our experience, for both commercial & residential projects.
More than just a virtual tour
A virtual tour is more than just a way to explore a business remotely, it’s a platform from which a variety of media can be created. All in only one visit to your space. That’s why for each project we include a range of deliverables including photographs, a video & a QR code for print media.
What’s more our experts are on hand to guide you on how best to implement this content for maximum return on your investment.
3D Virtual Tour
The best way to showcase your business to an online audience. Every 3D virtual tour is of the absolute highest standard.
Included for every project is a selection of high quality, wide angle photographs. No need for additional photography fees.
Our experts use the completed virtual tour to create a teaser video of your facilities. Perfect for driving traffic to your tour from social media.
Use a virtual tour to enhance your print media. Add the QR Code to your prospectus, posters, brochures, signage and more.
Create a memorable impression.
Lets work together
New technology has made benefiting from a virtual tour a much more affordable and realistic option for many museums and galleries. Don’t miss out on a state of the art virtual walkthrough of your space. Allow anyone, anywhere, to ‘virtually tour’ your exhibitions, museum and gallery.
Each virtual tour offers an immersive and compelling experience, second only to real life.
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Our museum and gallery clients
Wentworth WoodhouseCountry Residence Open To The Public
Wentworth Woodhouse is without doubt, one of the finest and grandest Georgian houses in England and at 606 ft, is famously considered to have the longest facade.
The Fusilier MuseumMuseum Exhibiting Fusilier History
The Fusilier Museum is home to the collections of the XX Lancashire Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Together they record over 300 years of history and heritage of the people who served.
Weston Park MuseumMuseum depicting the history of Sheffield
Weston Park Museum first opened to the public on the 6 September 1875, displaying collections of natural history, metalwork, archaeology and oil paintings.
The Victoria Gallery - BathA public art museum in Bath that houses a collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts.
The building was designed in 1897 to celebrate Queen Victoria's sixty years on the throne. It includes over 1,500 decorative arts and treasures from the 17th century to the present day.
Atkinson GalleryEstablished in 1992, nationally recognised and holder of major contemporary art exhibitions
Atkinson Galleries stimulating arts landscape is enhanced by a unique sculpture collection within their extensive parkland that features large scale permanent works from artists such as Glynn Williams and Peter Randall-Page.