One of the best things about working with museums is, well, going to visit the museums.
Yesterday, the intrepid Clayton Jones and I had the chance to visit two TourSphere clients, both in Connecticut: the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center and the Noah Webster House. These are two vastly different institutions – united by a commitment to history and education.
We spent the morning at the Mashantucket Pequot Museum – a stunning architectural piece in the midst of the rolling hills of Connecticut. The museum tells the story of the Pequot people – and we are honored to be launching an innovative mobile interpretive program there.
We then drove to West Hartford and spent the afternoon at the Noah Webster House, outlining an iPad app that will soon guide visitors through the house in an immersive storytelling experience.
One day. Two remarkable places. These are the kinds of days I love.