ATS have been appointed to collaborate on a pilot project to answer a key question:
“What if you could walk around and see and hear the stories about the buildings and the people who have made the museum what it is today?”
The Georgian Room at Bucks County Museum is a multifunctional space used for events, wedding receptions and gatherings, but is also a space for visitors to the Museum. The flexibility of this space restricts the Museum’s ability to display objects and interpretation. So how do you provide rich interpretation to a range of audiences in such a challenging space? Watch this space for the answer…
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.
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.
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 & 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.
144 of Leonardo da Vinci’s greatest drawings in the Royal Collection are displayed in 12 simultaneous exhibitions across the UK to mark the 500th anniversary of his death.
Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing features 12 drawings at each venue, all selected to reflect the full range of Leonardo’s interests – painting, sculpture, architecture, music, anatomy, engineering, cartography, geology and botany. The exhibition will also feature an audio tour written and produced by ATS.
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!