Throughout the month of May we had the pleasure of launching apps for a range of events and attractions, including galas, historic communities and museums.
Coffeyville Kansas Tours
Located along the Verdigris River, Coffeyville, Kansas offers great museums to explore, delicious home cooked meals, unique shops, and many places to stay overnight to recharge. Users can experience a community full of history, explore and enjoy the small town charm, great hospitality, and friendliness along the way.
Learn about the historic Dalton Gang raid which the town is famous for, explore the history of the Brown mansion and appreciate the art of Coffeyville’s downtown murals.
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
Located in Durant, Oklahoma, the Choctaw Nation is a federally recognized Native American nation, with a reservation territory covering about 6,952,960 acres. With over 200,000 members worldwide, the Choctaw Nation is the third biggest tribe in the United States.
The interactive virtual tour of the HQ, which is home to over 900 CNO employees, allows the user to become immersed in the history and traditions of the Choctaw Nation and learn about the architectural designs, landscaping and special features.
Other apps launched this month include:
Niagara E Bikes and Segway
Discover Niagara Falls at your own pace with the brand new self-guided bike tour. This Covid-safe activity is great for all seasons and a wonderful outing for all the family. During this 17km journey, users discover the well-known areas of the Falls along with the rarely visited sites with plenty of stops for picture opportunities.
Aarhus Teater Podwalk App
Denmark’s largest regional stage built in 1900 is home to a cultural powerhouse in the country’s second largest city. The new guided tour will guide users through the sounds and stories of the city of Aarhus.
Community Hospice Foundation 20th Annual Gala: Route 66 Road Trip Edition
Participants of the Community Hospice Foundation 20th Annual Gala will enjoy a special road trip experience including appetizers, a multi-course take-home dinner with wine pairings and other special surprises.
Øl & Ørkenvandring
This limited time audio tour available until June 21st takes users through 13 stops of beer and desert hiking supported by the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Copenhagen.
Grampian Escapes Audio Tour
The team at STQRY helped launch a walking and driving tour for the North East of Scotland showcasing beautiful Aberdeenshire. With stories not found in many guidebooks, the tour will make your experience more interesting and memorable by having your own guide at your fingertips.
Discover Utah’s Davis County with the new web app of the Whitaker Heritage Museum in Centerville, Utah. Hear the stories of Davis County and become immersed in the town’s heritage.
Thomas Cole National Historic Site
For the first time in over two decades, 16 paintings from the influential series of hummingbirds and habitats, The Gems of Brazil (1863-64), by Martin Johnson Heade (1819-1904) will be on tour in New York for public audiences. The audio tour will give you everything you need to dive into what makes these paintings so powerful.
American Victory Ship and Museum
As one of only 4 fully-operational WWII ships in the country, the American Victory Ship is a true American icon and is recognized on the National Register of Historic Places.
Teotihuacan is an ancient Mesoamerican city located 30 miles (50 km) northeast of modern-day Mexico City. Explore the pyramids, history and religion of the area as told by local specialists. Hear their stories in an effective, entertaining audio format available in 19 languages.
This tour will take you to a selection of the Father Ted locations in County Clare, Ireland including where the cast and crew stayed. Discover the local sites including Vaughan’s Pub, The Burren Hub, and Lovely Horse Waterfall.
ARTwalk Port Talbot
This app guides users around the street art highlights of Port Talbot in South Wales, including graffiti and stencil art. Starting with "Season's Greetings" by Banksy opposite the train station, the ARTwalk is approximately 2 miles long and should take 2-3 hours at a leisurely pace.