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.

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.

Cutty Sark

It will be all hands-on deck for the ATS crew as we have been recruited by the iconic Greenwich attraction, Cutty Sark – the world’s sole surviving tea clipper – to create an all new audio guide experience for their visitors.

Our team will be providing visitors with a ‘heads up’ storytelling experience around this classic British clipper ship as they discover the ship and its role in British trading in the late 19th Century.  Part of the Royal Museums Greenwich group, Cutty Sark welcomes a thriving international audience so we will be delivering full translation and audio production services for a multi-lingual audio tour.

The Sandringham Estate

The Sandringham Estate, the Norfolk retreat of HM The Queen, has recently appointed ATS Heritage to develop a new multi-media guide tour for visitors. 

Adding to our regal portfolio of clients including Buckingham Palace, Balmoral Castle, Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse, we are now delighted to be working with The Sandringham Estate. From the new season, The Sandringham Estate will provide every visitor with a high quality, easy to use device that unlocks the wonderful stories of Sandringham full of audio, film, interactives and archive images and other material in the collection.  

Cawdor Castle

Cawdor Castle, the home of Lady Cawdor and her family, is a magical place where visitors can dream of princesses and knights in times gone by. With a history dating back to Macbeth, this exceptional 14th century working castle opens its doors every April to the general public and has asked ATS to help them to adapt their visitor experience to accommodate their growing popularity.   

Knole House, National Trust

ATS Heritage is proud to add another National Trust property to our client list – Knole Park in Kent, where we have been asked to create and deliver a new multimedia guide after an intensive 5-year renovation project. Knole received an investment of over £20 million, making it the biggest conservation and renovation project undertaken for any National Trust site.  

National Gallery of Ireland

ATS are delighted to announce that we have been appointed as the Audio/Multimedia guide partner for National Gallery of Ireland (NGI).

The NGI welcomes over 1 million visitors through its doors each year and boasts an awe-inspiring permanent art collection as well a rich programme of temporary exhibitions. ATS will bring a wealth of experience, producing high quality audio and multimedia self-guiding tours for galleries and museums, to provide a new experience to visitors at NGI.


South Downs National Park

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!

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