Children’s Tour in the Ernst Barlach House, Hamburg
Willie Woodworker, a mouse from the museum workshop, knows his way around the collection of the Ernst Barlach House. After all he listened secretly to many guided tours in the museum. Now he shares his knowledge with young visitors.
Museum of Archaeology in Haderslev, Denmark
The special exhibition „About Death“ at the Archaeological Museum of South Jutland, Denmark is devoted to a challenging subject: dying and death from the 8th century B.C. until now. DigiTour offers rich multimedia information on all topics.
Children’s Tour through the Halberstadt Cathedral Treasury
In this new guided tour children can go around the treasury together with Bishop Burchard II of Halberstadt who was also known as Bucco. He recounts how things went in medieval times at the cathedral.
DigiTour in the Ernst Barlach House, Hamburg
This new guide is all about the sculptures of the expressionist artist Ernst Barlach. Barlach’s path to Expressionism led through the academic traditions of the 19th century and the creative ideas of Naturalism, Symbolism and Art Nouveau.
DigiTour of the Halberstadt Cathedral Museum
The electronic guide to the newly established display of the Cathedral’s treasures makes the fascinating world of these treasures of Middle Ages’ art accessible. The guide is available in multiple languages.
Children’s Olympus: Pirates!
What was life like on board a pirate ship? Did you have to obey orders there, too? Two audio plays give children insight into the dangerous life of pirates and the hierarchy on board their ships. But first, the dinghy carrying the audio receiver has to be captured.
DigiTour of the Altona Museum in Hamburg
DigiKultur has created an audiovisual guide system for the Altona Museum. Since November 2007, visitors can take a DigiTour through the collection of historic farmhouse rooms.
Bicycle tours with GPS
In cooperation with Ökomarkt e.V. and NABU Hamburg, DigiKultur has developed bicycle tourism “discovery routes” of the area around Hamburg. Cultural highlights, ecological farming, and regional nature protection combine for an information mix that appeals to young and old.