Audio and Media Guide
Audio and media guides have become essential tools for museums and heritage establishments to enhance the visitor experience.
Audio and media guides have become essential tools for museums and heritage establishments to enhance the visitor experience. They offer a convenient and accessible way for visitors to learn about the exhibits and can be used to reach a broader audience that would otherwise not easily be able to engage.
One of the key benefits of audio and media guides is that they enable visitors to learn at their own pace. Visitors can choose to listen to or watch the information in full or skip certain sections if they prefer. This flexibility allows visitors to tailor their museum experience to their interests and needs.
Museums and attraction venues can also use these guides to provide information in multiple languages, making the exhibits accessible to visitors worldwide. Additionally, media guides can be used to provide an audio description for visitors who are visually impaired or blind. Offering audio description not only creates inclusivity, but opens up your venue to a much wider audience, and increases footfall, revenue, and reputation.
Straight to mobile
With Chaperone, this audio and media guide functionality is delivered straight to your visitor's mobile device, so the unnecessary and significant costs of additional hardware are avoided, leaving you to invest in great content and experiences.
The use of visitors' own devices also reduces queuing time, as downloading the app before arrival removes the need to collect and learn how to use the audio guide hardware.