No borders. No visas. No passports necessary. Create your own virtual tours and space captures.
We believe that sharing places virtually has the power to connect the world like never before.
By allowing people to experience and explore destinations remotely, virtual tours can bridge the gap between different cultures and communities, bringing people closer together and helping them to understand and appreciate one another.
The virtual tours that we create can provide an authentic and immersive experience that enables learning across cultures and histories all around the world. By partnering with local businesses and travel companies as well, we can create new opportunities for local communities and provide means for hard-to-reach sites have financial income to sustain and protect their monuments.
We believe that virtual tours have the potential to enrich our lives and build stronger, more meaningful connections with others. We are committed to using this powerful tool to help interconnect the world and make it a better place for all of us.
What are Virtual Tours?
Virtual tours are digital parallels of real-life spaces, such as culutural monuments, houses, or businesses, which allow users from all over the world to explore the space. Virtual tours published with Mused are able to be viewed on almost any smartphone, laptop, tablet, or VR headset and even are accessible on low-bandwidth internet connections.
Virtual tours are used all over the internet to showcase various different spaces, everything from selling real estate to touring exhibition halls and business showrooms to our specialty, sharing and teaching about our histories and cultures.
Our guided virtual tours are interactive, allowing users to move through the location step-by-step to learn about the site and its story with easy to use "Next" and "Previous" buttons. Our tours also support a Free Explore mode.
How are Virtual Tours being Used Today?
Right now, virtual tours are being viewed by millions of people around the world that want to visit spaces virtually!
Real estate agents use virtual tours to help people see homes or other properties that they might want to buy or rent.
Travel companies, tourist boards, and other organizations use virtual tours to show off cool places and attractions and get people excited to visit.
Museums and cultural institutions use virtual tours to let people explore their exhibits and collections, even if they can't make it there in person.
Businesses and organizations use virtual tours to give people a look at their facilities and spaces.
And most importantly(!) teachers use virtual tours in their lessons to help students learn about different places and subjects.
Will it work with my existing tools?
We’ve worked with museums and heritage sites around the world and integrate with a plethora of humanities and educational technologies.✉️ Contact us to ask about your integration
What is Virtual Tourism and why is it so important for the world?
Virtual tourism is incredibly important for the world! Now anyone with an internet connection and smartphone can visit spaces internationally, no matter what passport they have.
In virtual tours, you can visit new places that you might not have been able to go in person--because those spaces may be inaccessible due to safety concerns or other reasons.
For example, some monuments where we work are far off the grid in elaborate systems of tunnels and opening these sites to visit in person would endanger both the monuments and the visitors.
Virtual tourism is also changing the way people plan and book trips! Instead of just looking at photos and reviews, people can see a destination virtually before deciding how to plan their itinerary.
Finally, virtual tourism is helping to reduce the environmental impact of travel. By allowing people to experience destinations virtually instead of traveling there in person, virtual tourism can help to reduce the carbon footprint of tourism and preserve fragile destinations.