Preservation 360

Museums and other Attractions

The Royal Mint

We were lucky enough to get the commission to shoot a virtual tour of The Royal Mint. Our client wanted to show parts of the exhibition and shop, but we were not allowed to show the factory where the coins are produced. For the tour itself the client wanted the hotspots to be labelled by area and for the user to have the ability to be directed to the ticket booking page. Take a look at the tour below!

Camberley Heath Golf Club

Working alongside Birdie 360, we were approached to shoot and create a virtual tour which golfers could use whilst on the course. The idea is that they can view the hole they were playing and check distance, par etc. Take a look around for yourselves and also be sure to view the amazing clubhouse with multiple bars and function rooms!

The Cotswold Motoring Museum

The Cotswold Motoring Museum in Bourton-on-the-Water. Founded in 1978 the museum contains a huge collection of cars, motorcycles, bicycles, caravans, and motoring memorabilia of the 20th century. This was a very large business to shoot, but fascinating and we’d definitely recommend visiting if you’re in the area!

Clarendon Fine Art - Hampstead

Specialising in comptempory paintings and sculptures the Clarendon Fine Art Galleries are fantastic places to view and buy some beautiful pieces of art. We were commissioned to shoot a few of the galleries, but this is one of our favourites and is situated in a leafy part of Hampstead!

Cardiff Golf Club

We were recently commissioned to shoot a complete virtual tour of Cardiff golf club. Not only did we need to create an interactive walk through but the client wanted maps for each hole, with the ability to jump to specific points, as well as pop up ‘pro-tips’ and other inoformation. The tour also includes the bar areas and function rooms. Please have a look for yourselves!

Chapel Spa - Cheltenham

This is Chapel Spa in Cheltenham. It was a really interesting shoot as the building had recently been renovated. As the name suggests, it was originally a 19th Century Chapel. The challenge we faced was shooting all the required angles before the lens steamed up! Take a look at all of the facilities using our virtual tour.