We have just delivered the Experience Development Frameworks for the English National Park Experience Collection, a new international tourism proposition for England’s National Parks. These fine looking documents (designed once again by our good friends at The Way) set the direction for the Experience Collection which will be launched internationally later this year. There are nine […]
Attractions and visitors
It’s been a lot of work and we are delighted with the final versions of the Tourism Interpretation Frameworks for Ireland’s National Parks. This is TellTale’s main contribution to a major Tourism Interpretation Masterplan for the National Parks that we produced in partnership with SLR Consulting, with design by The Way. The Tourism Interpretation Frameworks […]
It is exciting to see top level endorsement of the new Storytelling Interpretation Toolkit that we produced for Ireland’s Ancient East. It is not every day that a government minister talks about heritage interpretation – let alone about a TellTale project! The Irish Minister of State for Tourism, Patrick O’Donovan said: “Bringing history alive is […]
For a company called TellTale, writing a toolkit on Storytelling Interpretation is just brilliant. Writing for Ireland’s Ancient East, a tourism proposition based on stories, is even better. We are very pleased with A Toolkit for Storytelling Interpretation. It brings together the lessons we learned from mentoring the first 25 attractions in Ireland’s Ancient East […]
TellTale were delighted to deliver a week of training in interpretation planning for the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.
The Wildfowl and Wetland Trust had been unhappy with their guidebooks for years. Over the last few years they have as an organisation learned a lot more about their different visitor segments and what they need. They have made lots of changes in what they provide – and we at TellTale have been delighted to […]
Writing for international tourists requires all the usual sharp writing skills and then some more. Our training helped staff at the internationally recognisable Tower Bridge, one of London’s top attractions, to communicate with their global audience.
We are creating interpretive strategies and plans for two new coastal ‘signature visitor experiences’ in Ireland. One focuses on lighthouses in Antrim and Donegal, the other at the maritime heritage of Cork city and harbour.