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A creative approach to secondary spend

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.

Remote technical support saves the day at Copper Kingdom

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.

Caerphilly Castle – Raising the Portcullis

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.

Revealing Medieval Life at Conwy Castle

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.

A Life on the Water

Wide Sky Design has completed a new audio-visual installation for the National Trust on Reliance Barge, Dapdune Wharf, evoking the atmosphere of life on a 20th century Wey barge.

Sutton Bank ‘Lime & Ice’ opens

Hugh Dennis recently opened the new 'Lime & Ice' exhibition, including three interactives and RFID technology, at Sutton Bank, part of the fabulous North York Moors National Park.