2-3 North Mews
London
WC1N 2JP
UNITED KINGDOM
Audio Guides & Tours,Mobile Apps,Multimedia Guides

About

When Visitors to museums and attractions ask for an Acoustiguide, they know they are getting premium content that sparks their imagination paired with easy-to-use hardware and apps.

Our dedicated approach to mobile storytelling has made us the first name in audio guides for 60 years.  We maintain unparalleled flexibility in our provision of services, from multi-lingual tours to  equipment and staffing solutions for some of the world’s largest visitor attractions; Stonehenge, Historic Royal Palaces, The British Museum, The Roman Baths, Grand Palais ChampsÉlysées, the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island – to name a few.

But no matter the size of the location, we always provide ideal guiding and storytelling solutions customised to the size of your needs; be it a location with five thousand visitors or simply five.

To date we have…

…produced over 12,000 hours of content …in 50 languages… including Klingon!…for 600 clients…with 300 million visitors…with over 60,000 audio guides in circulation globally …along with 140 Acoustiguide Mobile Apps

Our bespoke services include;

  • Building Interactive apps
  • Offering digital and MDM services
  • Deploying water and damage-resistant cases
  • Providing live-guiding group tour solutions
  • Producing podcasts

Acoustiguide brings our services to the world, and in return, brings the world to you.

Testimonials

Discovery is at the heart of everything that we do at Historic Royal Palaces. The multimedia guide helps us to tell the stories of how monarchs and people have shaped society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built.

Louise Nash Historic Royal Palaces

The Acoustiguide team have been a pleasure to work with, from sound advice during the development of content for our multimedia guide to prompt service when maintenance of our Opus players has been required. They are always clear in advance about the work to be done and have completed it on time.

Pete Le May Shakespeare’s Globe