Church Cathedral and Castle Case Studies for VIS-BOX

Engage, retain and gain visitors with Church Interpretation and the Visitor Information Service Box

Visitors to a church are looking for a spiritual and enlightening experience.
Churches are important and beautiful buildings with a pivotal place in the heritage and history of their respective areas.
Sharing the story of your Church will inform, engage and delight the people who spend time within its hallowed walls.
Most people will appreciate the beauty of a church but many will not understand its function and how it has developed over the centuries.
We can offer a complete solution to provide you with the engagement tools plus learning and interpretive materials and assistance with funding.

The Church Interpretation Package

Visitor Information Service BOX (VIS-BOX) Unit
Script, films and voice-overs for a self-led church tour
Script, films and voice-overs for a self-led stained glass window tour
Tour plans for visitors
A new visitor guide booklet
A family trail leaflet
A set of educational resources
 ​(This is an example and the exact content can be modified to your requirement)

Funding the Package

There are two ways of taking your project forward:
1. ​You have funding in place and we negotiate a package that suits your needs.
2. We assist you to complete a bid for funding. You may for example wish to apply to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). We can advise and steer you through this process.

Support Documentation

Church Trifold Leaflet 2017   VIS-BOX in Church Introduction

Example: St. Editha's Church - Polesworth Abbey

The children found it easy to access the VIS-BOX on their trip to Polesworth Abbey and were completely engaged by the series of professional smart tours of the church.
The films of the Belltower in action and the workings of the church organ gave them views not normally available to them.
Logging on to VIS-BOX

Slideshow of VIS-BOX being used at Polesworth Abbey

St. Helen's Church, Ashby de la Zouch.

Peter RALi Studios chose VIS-BOX to provide heritage interpretation to the community and visitors to the ancient and attractive parish church of St Helen’s, set at the heart of the delightful market town of Ashby de la Zouch.
Using the VIS-BOX self guided smart tours you can explore its wonderful history and its splendid, and unique, quirky, interior.

Digital Content created by Peter RALi Studios

St.James' Church, Barton under Needwood.

Peter RALi Studios next heritage interpretation project will combine VIS-BOX to provide the community and visitors of St. James' church with self guided tours.
Local boy made good, John Taylor, had the church built between 1517 and 1522 and his coat of arms and civil and ecclesiastical honours are to be found inscribed onto the walls of the nave.
Company Overview
VIS-BOX serves heritage interpretation digital media - films, walks, maps and slideshows to your visitors through their own smartphones and tablets without need for internet, Apps or phone signal connection with statistics.

Get in Touch
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