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Attractions design: Forrec
21 Apr 2009
Dave Eagleson talks to us about design philosophies and one of the firm’s latest projects, Nickelodeon Universe
 
Planetariums: Beyond the stars
21 Apr 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Some planetariums have been getting creative to build on the way their facilities are used and attract new types of visitors. Andrea Jezovit investigates
 
Education: Seeing is believing
21 Apr 2009
A conversation with Colly Mudie, coordinator of the University of Leceister’s study on how museum visits impact school students and their grades
 
Talking point: Should museums be more accessible to children?
21 Apr 2009
We ask the experts whether museums are making the effort for children – and if not, how they can improve
 
Profile: Sandy Nairne
21 Apr 2009
The National Portrait Gallery has been praised in a recent review by the UK’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Director Sandy Nairne talks about how the gallery has achieved its success
 
Odd job: Taking the plunge
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Feeding and breeding a host of sea creatures at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park
 
Product focus: Funkit
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
A look at the latest attractions products
 
Top team: Detroit institute of arts
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
The team behind the groundbreaking project that saw 150,000ft of gallery space reinstalled to engage visitors
 
Audioguides: Sweeter sounds
15 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
The latest guides are moving online, taking visitors beyond attractions walls and becoming more accessible than ever
 
Insurance: Risky business
15 Jan 2009
The current economic climate is leading to an increase in insurance claims. Rob Marsh explains how to limit them.
 
Museum design: Rocky mountain high
15 Jan 2009 . BY Peter Sargent
We visit the Denver Art Museum’s Daniel Libeskind-designed Frederic C Hamilton Building to find out how the gallery, one of the world’s most iconic, works inside
 
Attractions design: Marks Barfield
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Director Julia Barfield speaks to us about her design philosophies and the firm’s latest projects, which include the Kew Gardens Treetop Walkway, the Lightbox and the Brighton i360
 
Planetariums: Blast off
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
In the first installment of our year-long planetariums series, we look at the technology that’s transforming the industry
 
Spectaculars: Night to remember
15 Jan 2009
Yves Pépin of ECA2 and Lois Jacobs of Jack Morton, two of the players behind the Beijing 2008 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies, talk about the new techniques developed for the events
 
Family matters: The kiesslings
15 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
We speak to the father and son team who’ve transformed the Tenerife attractions industry with Loro Parque animal park and the new Siam Park waterpark
 
Simulation: New reality
14 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
Suppliers are inspired to create ever more thrilling experiences. Kath Hudson investigates what’s new.
 
Entrepreneurs: The enterprisers
14 Jan 2009 . BY Kathleen Whyman
We speak to Angela Wright of Crealy Great Adventure Park, Alexander Schreibeisen of Sensapolis and Jonathan Sands of The Movieum of London in the second of our two-part series on the industry’s entrepreneurs
 
Eco: Auckland zoo
14 Jan 2009 . BY Vicky Kiernander
With its award-winning green practices, the zoo has inspired staff and visitors alike, as Vicky Kiernander finds
 
Mystery shopper: Culloden battlefield memorial and visitor centre
14 Jan 2009 . BY Sian Johnson
The revamped National Trust for Scotland site brings an important moment in history to life with new multimedia exhibits and battlefield tours
 
Local attractions: Close to home
14 Jan 2009 . BY Luke Tuchscherer
Attractions with a local focus might be the ones to benefit from the economic downturn, Luke Tuchscherer finds out
 
     
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616 to 635 of 656 features
Attractions design: Forrec
21 Apr 2009
Dave Eagleson talks to us about design philosophies and one of the firm’s latest projects, Nickelodeon Universe
 
Planetariums: Beyond the stars
21 Apr 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Some planetariums have been getting creative to build on the way their facilities are used and attract new types of visitors. Andrea Jezovit investigates
 
Education: Seeing is believing
21 Apr 2009
A conversation with Colly Mudie, coordinator of the University of Leceister’s study on how museum visits impact school students and their grades
 
Talking point: Should museums be more accessible to children?
21 Apr 2009
We ask the experts whether museums are making the effort for children – and if not, how they can improve
 
Profile: Sandy Nairne
21 Apr 2009
The National Portrait Gallery has been praised in a recent review by the UK’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Director Sandy Nairne talks about how the gallery has achieved its success
 
Odd job: Taking the plunge
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Feeding and breeding a host of sea creatures at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park
 
Product focus: Funkit
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
A look at the latest attractions products
 
Top team: Detroit institute of arts
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
The team behind the groundbreaking project that saw 150,000ft of gallery space reinstalled to engage visitors
 
Audioguides: Sweeter sounds
15 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
The latest guides are moving online, taking visitors beyond attractions walls and becoming more accessible than ever
 
Insurance: Risky business
15 Jan 2009
The current economic climate is leading to an increase in insurance claims. Rob Marsh explains how to limit them.
 
Museum design: Rocky mountain high
15 Jan 2009 . BY Peter Sargent
We visit the Denver Art Museum’s Daniel Libeskind-designed Frederic C Hamilton Building to find out how the gallery, one of the world’s most iconic, works inside
 
Attractions design: Marks Barfield
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Director Julia Barfield speaks to us about her design philosophies and the firm’s latest projects, which include the Kew Gardens Treetop Walkway, the Lightbox and the Brighton i360
 
Planetariums: Blast off
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
In the first installment of our year-long planetariums series, we look at the technology that’s transforming the industry
 
Spectaculars: Night to remember
15 Jan 2009
Yves Pépin of ECA2 and Lois Jacobs of Jack Morton, two of the players behind the Beijing 2008 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies, talk about the new techniques developed for the events
 
Family matters: The kiesslings
15 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
We speak to the father and son team who’ve transformed the Tenerife attractions industry with Loro Parque animal park and the new Siam Park waterpark
 
Simulation: New reality
14 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
Suppliers are inspired to create ever more thrilling experiences. Kath Hudson investigates what’s new.
 
Entrepreneurs: The enterprisers
14 Jan 2009 . BY Kathleen Whyman
We speak to Angela Wright of Crealy Great Adventure Park, Alexander Schreibeisen of Sensapolis and Jonathan Sands of The Movieum of London in the second of our two-part series on the industry’s entrepreneurs
 
Eco: Auckland zoo
14 Jan 2009 . BY Vicky Kiernander
With its award-winning green practices, the zoo has inspired staff and visitors alike, as Vicky Kiernander finds
 
Mystery shopper: Culloden battlefield memorial and visitor centre
14 Jan 2009 . BY Sian Johnson
The revamped National Trust for Scotland site brings an important moment in history to life with new multimedia exhibits and battlefield tours
 
Local attractions: Close to home
14 Jan 2009 . BY Luke Tuchscherer
Attractions with a local focus might be the ones to benefit from the economic downturn, Luke Tuchscherer finds out
 
     
 
 
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616 to 635 of 656 features
Attractions design: Forrec
21 Apr 2009
Dave Eagleson talks to us about design philosophies and one of the firm’s latest projects, Nickelodeon Universe
 
Planetariums: Beyond the stars
21 Apr 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Some planetariums have been getting creative to build on the way their facilities are used and attract new types of visitors. Andrea Jezovit investigates
 
Education: Seeing is believing
21 Apr 2009
A conversation with Colly Mudie, coordinator of the University of Leceister’s study on how museum visits impact school students and their grades
 
Talking point: Should museums be more accessible to children?
21 Apr 2009
We ask the experts whether museums are making the effort for children – and if not, how they can improve
 
Profile: Sandy Nairne
21 Apr 2009
The National Portrait Gallery has been praised in a recent review by the UK’s Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Director Sandy Nairne talks about how the gallery has achieved its success
 
Odd job: Taking the plunge
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Feeding and breeding a host of sea creatures at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park
 
Product focus: Funkit
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
A look at the latest attractions products
 
Top team: Detroit institute of arts
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
The team behind the groundbreaking project that saw 150,000ft of gallery space reinstalled to engage visitors
 
Audioguides: Sweeter sounds
15 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
The latest guides are moving online, taking visitors beyond attractions walls and becoming more accessible than ever
 
Insurance: Risky business
15 Jan 2009
The current economic climate is leading to an increase in insurance claims. Rob Marsh explains how to limit them.
 
Museum design: Rocky mountain high
15 Jan 2009 . BY Peter Sargent
We visit the Denver Art Museum’s Daniel Libeskind-designed Frederic C Hamilton Building to find out how the gallery, one of the world’s most iconic, works inside
 
Attractions design: Marks Barfield
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
Director Julia Barfield speaks to us about her design philosophies and the firm’s latest projects, which include the Kew Gardens Treetop Walkway, the Lightbox and the Brighton i360
 
Planetariums: Blast off
15 Jan 2009 . BY Andrea Jezovit
In the first installment of our year-long planetariums series, we look at the technology that’s transforming the industry
 
Spectaculars: Night to remember
15 Jan 2009
Yves Pépin of ECA2 and Lois Jacobs of Jack Morton, two of the players behind the Beijing 2008 Olympic opening and closing ceremonies, talk about the new techniques developed for the events
 
Family matters: The kiesslings
15 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
We speak to the father and son team who’ve transformed the Tenerife attractions industry with Loro Parque animal park and the new Siam Park waterpark
 
Simulation: New reality
14 Jan 2009 . BY Kath Hudson
Suppliers are inspired to create ever more thrilling experiences. Kath Hudson investigates what’s new.
 
Entrepreneurs: The enterprisers
14 Jan 2009 . BY Kathleen Whyman
We speak to Angela Wright of Crealy Great Adventure Park, Alexander Schreibeisen of Sensapolis and Jonathan Sands of The Movieum of London in the second of our two-part series on the industry’s entrepreneurs
 
Eco: Auckland zoo
14 Jan 2009 . BY Vicky Kiernander
With its award-winning green practices, the zoo has inspired staff and visitors alike, as Vicky Kiernander finds
 
Mystery shopper: Culloden battlefield memorial and visitor centre
14 Jan 2009 . BY Sian Johnson
The revamped National Trust for Scotland site brings an important moment in history to life with new multimedia exhibits and battlefield tours
 
Local attractions: Close to home
14 Jan 2009 . BY Luke Tuchscherer
Attractions with a local focus might be the ones to benefit from the economic downturn, Luke Tuchscherer finds out
 
     
 


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