Street View inside Museums & Theatres

 

Incredible architecture and interiors are open for exploration. Is your venue there?

After your doors close for the day, people are exploring unique spaces online with Google Street View. They are seeking the next outing, a date spot, cultural enrichment, or a travel destination to add to the "must-see" list. Google Street View tours create an interactive experience that shows off Museums, Theatres, and Heritage Sites in crisp, high resolution 360 degree splendor to people around the world, or those just around the corner. Here are a few examples in action.

 

Royal Ontario Museum

 

Case studies have shown that engaging users online has resulted in higher web traffic and in person visits. Why? It's all about certainty. Giving people a taste for what they could experience increases the likelihood that they will visit in person. It builds confidence and interest, and minimizes the expectation of being disappointed.

 

Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts

Flato Markham Theatre

 

 

Use the imagery in interactive seating charts and mapping, to help people better understand what's inside your venue.

Roy Thomson Hall Interactive Seat Map

Massey Hall Interactive Seat Map

St. Andrew's College Campus Map

 

 

Ed Mirvish Theatre

Gardiner Museum