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What projects are we currently working on

We always have clients who have recently signed and are still developing their tours, and working on adding more interaction. We like to keep you up to date and show you which new and challenging projects we are working on.

Anne Frank House , Amsterdam NL

An audio tour through the secret annex!

We are extremely proud to announce that the Anne Frank House has decides, starting from December 2016, to use the Podcatcher for their very first audio tour. The Anne Frank House has already been using our players in their video room, but will soon be offering the Podcatcher to all visitors. The coming months the museum will be working on the tour content, that naturally will move many international visitors.

Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities, Stockholm Sweden

Ancient art in Stockholm

Stockholm and sculptures from the Roman Empire. Perhaps not the most obvious combination, but there are some beautiful sculptures from ancient times in this museum. King Gustave III made it possible that these sculptures were transported by ship from Italy to Sweden. A visit to Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities is worth your while. Don't forget to take a Podcatcher with you!

Kina Slott, Drottningholm Sweden

Chinese pavilion in Sweden

The Chinese Pavilion (Swedish: Kina Slott), located in the grounds of the Drottningholm Palace park, is a Chinese-inspired royal pavilion originally built in the 18th century. The pavilion is currently one of Sweden's Royal Palaces and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With the Podcatcher system Kina Slott will come to life with interesting facts and stories.

World Press Photo 17, Amsterdam NL

A World of Photos

The World Press Photo exhibition of award-winning photos is shown worldwide in 100 cities and 45 countries, starting in Amsterdam from April 14th. Images made by photographers from all over the world are selected in different categories like daily life, nature and general news. They give us an insight of the world today. Several photographers tell you more about their pictures in the Podcatcher audio guide, which is free for every visitor.

Castle Gardens Arcen, Arcen NL

Beautiful gardens in Limburg

In the South of the Netherlands you can enjoy the wonderful Castle Gardens Arcen: 32 hectare of 15 unique gardens and a 17th century castle. This fairytale-like place will be open from April 1st and this year the Podcatcher can be used. With an audio guide visitors know all about the waterfalls, the different kinds of rose gardens and the (sub)tropical plants in Casa Verde.

Yorkshire Museum of Farming, UK

Farming throughout t the ages

Farming is a huge way of life not even today, but going back centuries and at the Yorkshire Museum of Farming, they tell the story of farming absolutely perfectly. With a huge Roman fort, and their recreated Tudor village, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Podcatcher system within the museum and around the outside of their vast site. Transporting their visitors back in time, the Podcatcher will tell farming stories from past and present, helping the museums visitors realise just how important farming is to us as a civilisation.

Manchester Art Gallery , Manchester, UK

Manchester in the 60’s and 70’s

The Manchester Art Gallery is one of Manchesters leading venues, and in April they are playing host to the new Shirley Baker Photographic exhibition. Using the Podcatcher, the Gallery will bring each photo to life by telling the stories behind each of the exhibits. Using a culmination of both curator and visitor extracts, this exhibition proves to be totally unique and after huge backing from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the exhibition will be in place for just over three months.

Powerscourt Gardens, Wicklow, IRL

19 hectares of wonder

Guide ID are proud to announce that we will be working with Powerscourt Garden for the next five years. Powerscourt Gardens, in the wilds of Wicklow in Ireland were voted by National Geographic to be the worlds number 3 garden and quite rightly so. Now in five languages and after decades, Powerscourt is laying bare all of its secrets in its Podcatcher garden tour and Guide ID are pleased to be helping them do this.

Russborough House and Gardens, Wicklow, IRL

Where history and culture live on

Guide ID are very excited to be working with Russborough House and Gardens from April this year. They're new Gardens and Parkland Tour is spread over many acres and the Podcatcher will be guiding all of Russboroughs visitors and telling them stories that they would never of been able to hear before. Along with the adult tour at Russborough, we are also introducing an exciting children's tour.

Heath Robinson Museum, Pinner, UK

Illustrations and Cartoons

The Podcatcher has now settled into its new home at the Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner, near London. The Heath Robinson exhibition combines original artwork with books, photographs, film and digital media to tell the full story of Heath Robinson’s vast artistic and very talented career and we are pleased that the museum chose Guide ID's Podcatcher system to do this.

Frisian Maritime Museum, Sneek, NL

Permanent collection

The museum displays a large collection of shipping with particular attention to the Frisian coastal shipping, inland waterways (with for example the typical skûtsjes), the barge, fishing, cargo shipping, shipbuilding and the Frisian Admiralty. Unique is the department boating with ancient and modern sailing yachts. In the historical section of Sneek the history of the town and surrounding area are shown. There is attention paid to the Sneek Watergate, there are beautiful period rooms from the 18th and 19th centuries and in the silver hall the products of Sneek Silversmiths are shown.

From 2017 the Podcatcher will be available for all visitors and the museum also offers MapMyVisit to their visitors. The tour will be available in 3 languages.

Irish Military War Museum - IRL

A hidden Gem in Dublin

Guide ID has a totally un blinkered view when it comes the types of sites it works with on all of its tours. On that note, we are very pleased to welcome the Irish Military War Museum to the fold. It was a great pleasure to work with William Sullivan on this tour, and the tour itself is narrated by him, and tells the visitor amongst other things, all about his journey around the Somme and how he and his team managed to find so many of the items that you can expect to see on display here at this true hidden Irish gem!

The Observatory Science Centre - UK

Learn more about Brighton

Science and the universe is hugely important no matter which nation your from. So much so, we are very pleased to be working with the Observatory & Science Centre near Brighton. Starting in September, this new tour will take you to the lengths and breadths of space and take you to frontiers unknown. The Observatory Science Centre is one of the leading "hands-on" science centres with over 100 exhibits. With the introduction of the Podcatcher system, the Observatory can now bring all of those exhibits to life with interesting facts and stories.