Happy New Year! May 2017 be successful for everyone. It is already so for Orpheo, with a great start for the coming year. We are happy to announce that our new office is now open in the British Capital. From London to Edinburgh, from Cornwall to Northern Ireland, Orpheo is […]
After two years of renovation the St. Nicholas Church in Berlin was re-opened as a Museum on March 21, 2010. The oldest building in Berlin, which is the heart of the well-known Nikolai Quarter, will again attract visitors from all over the world. An audio tour produced by Orpheo Germany […]
A Very “Engaging” Audio Tour, Indeed! “Meet me at the clock” has been a refrain for generations of New Yorkers. Sitting atop the central information desk at Grand Central Terminal, this large brass clock serves as a point of rendezvous for families, friends, and lovers. Adam and Erica were no exception. […]
Thanks to the impressive work and creativity of our partners at Q Media, Orpheo guides now fill the hands of happy tourists at Kennedy Space Center, the famous launch headquarters of NASA. According to Stasha Boyd, Q Media’s President and Executive Producer, this audio tour provided new challenges in script development. […]
A guide to encourage sea turtle preservation on Reunion Island. We aren’t the only fans of these marvelous creatures. We are currently working on audio guide services for Kelonia, a Sea Turtle Observatory located on Reunion Island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The purpose of this project is […]
On a tiny island in the south Atlantic, sits a modest house with a big history. Longwood house is the final residence of Napoleon Bonaparte before his death in 1821. Following his defeat in the Battle of Waterloo, he was exiled to the island of Saint Helena where he would […]
The Louvre and the Masterpiece. This fascinating exhibition with art objects from France’s great museum explores why some artworks are considered masterpieces, while others are runners-up. Click here for more information.
Visitors can now discover John A. Noble’s universe thanks to the Orpheo MINI. The Noble Maritime Collection, museum and study center of Staten Island (NY), preserve and interpret the art, writings and historical maritime artifacts of the marine artist John A. Noble.
March 2009 lifepromotions.org/golf/lic/ The English charity association, The National Trust, restores and opens to the public many historical monuments, nature reserves and archaeological sites. This organization, which has become Europe’s largest conservation organizations, has chosen the Orpheo NEO for the new hand-held multimedia tour at Osterly Park House and Garden.