Museum Tours Features
Route creation
Museum tours require only one geotag on the map which shows the starting point of the tour. Usually, it is a place at the museum entrance.
If the museum is not open-air, after adding the first geotag on the map all the other steps shouldn’t be connected to specific locations on the map because GPS doesn’t work well inside buildings.
More about steps and geotags read here.
The minimum number of steps (without introduction and conclusion) – 10.
Every step might describe one particular exhibit, several exhibits, or the whole (small) room.
Detailed navigation should be provided at each change of location when going from one exhibit to another.
Navigation can include photos with stickers-pointers showing the route. Do not neglect such photo-tips, they will help navigate travelers inside a museum.
Directions should be provided with as much detail as possible.

Go to room 110.

1. We’re moving towards room 110 via the passage to the right of the painting “Sunflowers”.
2. Walk down the corridor until you see a room on your left.
3. Walk inside this room and you’ll see a sculpture “Geisha” in front of you. The next step will tell you more about it.
Photos should help with the travelers’ navigation: show the object that the step is about, show the route and provide directions.
If the audio guide is describing small details of an exhibit or something that can’t be seen live at this point, please add photos of such objects.
If you know unique locations, cafes, or places to rest which you or your friends like, recommend them to the travelers! Our clients will be grateful to you for taking care of them.
Recommendations are better to be provided in conclusion in case tourists would be hungry after the tour.
In conclusion you can also mention various attractions and entertainment places which are located nearby.