Historic Royal Palaces appointed ATS to produce a new audio tour of Henry VIII’s State apartments at Hampton Court. Available in eleven languages, the ATS team are working closely with the HCP team to record interviews with curators and experts to provide a personal tour of the apartments for visitors.
We’ve loved working with RHC and getting to know their wonderful pensioners. Having made a number of heritage films for their visitors, ATS are now working on an all new audio tour as the Hospital continues to develop its visitor experience. The tour will be self-led and will allow visitors the opportunity to explore the site with the latest ‘point-and-click’ audio tours. Easy to use and includes entertaining content written and produced by our in-house creative team.
ATS has been appointed to upgrade the current visitor experience at Duckett’s Grove, in line with the Ireland Ancient East’s brand proposition developed by Fáilte Ireland. This project includes the planning, design and production of a multilingual audio tour, signage and storytelling panels, and a video showcasing the site. The end result will connect all the physical areas of the site as well as communicating their story and creating a unique visitor experience.
St Margaret’s Story – is an ‘investigative’ style audio tour around Dunfermline, pitched at Millennial audiences. The tour will be delivered digitally via a mobile browser and will follow nearly 1000 years of St Margaret’s journey from exile to her position as Scotland’s second patron saint. We’re looking forward to developing a contemporary style of delivery to the audio tour with characters, sound effects that will engage the audience in this fascinating story.
ATS has been appointed by the South Downs National Park (SDNP) to create a series of inspirational stories that are told in the landscape that inspired them.
We’ve seen many outdoor trail apps over the years, with varying degrees of quality and success, so when we were asked by SDNP to look at the opportunity of developing a new way to interpret stories that are inherently linked to the local landscape, we were delighted to put on our walking boots and head for the Downs!