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Rapid Prototyping In Historic Sites: How Museum Hack Helped The National Park Service Hack Martin Van Buren’s Home In One Day

Can you bring a fresh perspective to a historic site that’s over a hundred years old? We believe it’s entirely possible to create an entirely new and exciting experience that both engages and attracts new audiences and successfully communicates a site’s historical value and significance. That doesn’t mean it’s always easy.  On our tours, we’ve Keep Reading

Emotionally Charged Spaces: Why You Should Create Immersive Tours With Sensitive Subject Matter (Case Study: Canadian Museum of Human Rights)

The Canadian Museum of Human Rights, based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is a unique institution as “the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights,” accruing international praise in the process. Their mission is to create lasting global change in the field of human rights, shining a spotlight on some of Keep Reading

How the National Park Service Inspires & Provokes their Visitors

The National Park Service oversees hundreds of parks, monuments and historic sites across the United States. With over 20,000 employees across the country, and one of the most developed and documented interpretive training programs out there, they are a formidable force in the cultural experience world. But they were still looking for new ways of inspiring Keep Reading