We are excited to be starting work on an exhibit for the Military Intelligence Museum in Bedfordshire telling the story of the Intelligence Corps in WWI.
How do you tell a story, evoke an atmosphere and capture the spirit of a place whilst making the best use of space in a sensitive historic building? An imposing fireplace can be used to make an impact.
We have recently installed a new photo system at The World of Beatrix Potter in the Lake District. This creative approach is designed to appeal to families with young children.
Throughout the winter, the weather stations that we installed at the Edale and Derwent Valley Visitor Centres in the Peak District have been collecting temperature and rainfall data.
We’ve been having some interesting conversations with organisations that see the appeal of an interactive exhibition and which are far from being the traditional museum or visitor centre.
Generating secondary spend is an on-going concern for most visitor attractions. It is, after all, an essential part of ensuring your attraction is a sustainable one.
It’s the nature of many heritage attractions to be off the beaten track, celebrating our natural world and the industrial heritage that grew from it. But a remote location needs support that can operate remotely.
As visitors enter the Inner East Gatehouse history comes to life before their very eyes. The fabric of the castle rumbles and shakes as chains begin to lift the mighty weight of a portcullis.
Working with CADW and renowned local artist Jessica Lloyd Jones, Wide Sky Design has completed a new European funded project to improve the visitor experience at Conwy Castle.