Motivation 81 Ltd020 8398 9509 View website
Motivation began life over 30 years ago in audio visual presentation production. Since then, our range of skills and services have grown leading to us producing all forms of media for museums, heritage buildings and visitor attractions large and small.
The Motivation team are a committed group of people who are passionate about delivering creative, historically accurate and highly detailed work to give credibility and depth to your projects.
We are proud of the quality of the professional and creative services we provide and believe that the many successful projects we have worked on past and present stand testament to our dedication and motivation.
Our work consists of producing imaginative and original Visitor Communication for Museums, Heritage Attractions, Visitor Centres and Historic Buildings.
We use all forms of media: Video, Sound, Lighting, Special Effects, Touch-screens, Graphics. But the media is only the means to the end; It is visitors who are our main concern.
We want them to be;
Motivated to learn more during their visit
Motivated to find out more after their visit
Motivated to buy items from the shop
Motivated to tell their friends to come and visit
Motivated to want to return
Amongst the visitor attractions themselves, we also offer training and a consultancy service.
Here are just some of the clients we have had the pleasure of working with;
Blenheim Palace Hampton Court Palace
Upton House Basing House
Mary Rose Trust HMS Trincomalee
Papplewick Pumping Station Gladstone Pottery
Museum of English Rural Life The Workhouse
Royal Marines Museum Army Medical Services Museum
Aldershot Military Museum Fleet Air Arm Museum
The Assize Courts in Bodmin Russell Cotes Museum
Whisby Natural World Visitor Centre Dimbola Lodge Museum
White Cliffs of Dover Visitor Centre
“We have worked with Motivation on a number of projects over a long period of time. I’m pleased to say that they constantly deliver creative and new approaches and translate the brief into effective interpretation.”