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What projects are we currently working on

We always have clients who have recently signed and are still developing their tours, and working on adding more interaction. We like to keep you up to date and show you which new and challenging projects we are working on.

Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte, NC USA

Nomadic Murals: Tapestries of the Modern Era

This exhibition is an exploration and presentation of over 40 tapestries created by artists usually associated with painting, sculpture and architecture including Alexander Calder, Le Corbusier, Ebony Patterson, Pablo Picasso and many others. On view from April 5th to December 1st 2019, this exhibition will highlight the museum's in-depth collection of tapestries from the mid-20th century, as well as shed light on a unique medium that has been important to many great modern and contemporary artists. Guide ID is excited that the Podcatcher is part of this marvelous exhibition!

Tour of Flanders Center, Oudenaarde, Belgium

The ultimate cycling experience in Belgium

Whether you want to relive the heroism of the Tour of Flanders, or experience yourself what it feels like to ride the legendary roe biters and cobblestones; the Tour of Flanders Center is the place to be. The experience center in Oudenaarde offers the real Round experience for course and cycling enthusiasts. From June onwards visitors can take a Podcatcher to complete their experience!

Thermenmuseum, Heerlen, NL

The Roman story in the Netherlands

The Thermenmuseum tells the story of the Romans in South Limburg. Here you will find impressive remnants of buildings that the Romans left behind in our country 2,000 years ago. The highlight is the Roman bathhouse: the best-preserved Roman (public) bath building from the Netherlands.
We are happy that the Podcatcher will soon be used in the Thermenmuseum to tell the story of the ancient Roman empire in Limburg.

U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI

Welcome to a glimpse into Hawaii's past

Helicopters, tanks, guns now silenced, and vacant bunkers welcome you to the U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii. Once a bastion built to protect Hawaii from invading forces, the structure now houses a museum that tells the military story of Hawaii, from ancient times to the Vietnam War. Each of these hostilities is covered graphically in separate displays with photographs and sound effect creating a real "you were there" experience. Guide ID is pleased to help bring these stories to life for their many visitors to the museum.