It’s exciting times for the ATS team and our clients, working together on a variety of projects from new multimedia tours to films and digital projects. Here are a few currently being crafted.

Old Royal Naval College

In 2019 the refurbished Painted Hall will be reopened to the public, revealing a fully restored painted scheme to visitors in what will be a new destination attraction in historic Greenwich. We are working closely with the on-site interpretation and design team to create a multimedia guide to the hall. A handheld option at this site means the stunning interiors don’t need to be cluttered up with signage. Visitors will be able to take a seat (or lie on a day bed!) and listen to voices from the building talking directly to them.

St John’s the Baptists, Little Missenden

Situated in the idyllic village of Little Missenden (featured in Midsomer Murders!), St John’s undertook a project funded by the HLF (Heritage Lottery Fund). As part of the capital works, ATS has been appointed to design and produce the interpretation for visitors which includes an introductory film, print materials and a mobile guide experience delivered through the Little Cloud solution.

Tangmere Military Aviation Museum

Home to an impressive display of historic aircraft and a unique collection of aviation memorabilia. ATS will introduce an all new audio guide tour available in multiple languages. The project involves tour scriptwriting, audio production and fully supported hardware provision.

Orford Castle

Delighted to win the 5th English Heritage site to move into multimedia tours (following award winning Eltham palace, Walmer Castle, Bolsover Castle and Apsley House). Adult & Family multimedia tours will deliver a new dimension to the visitors of this amazing Castle in Suffolk. Fun interactives and layered stories will encourage exploration of the polygonal tower keep overlooking Orford Ness.

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