History Museums

Explore the History of Soap with Clean the World Foundation’s New Web App

We are pleased to announce that the Clean the World Foundation, a leading global health nonprofit, has launched their new web app the Soap Story! The Soap Story museum is the latest addition to the Clean the World Recycling Operations Center in Orlando Florida, and is the first soap museum of its kind.

Everything You Need To Know About The New White House Historical Association App

Cuseum recently made headlines in CNN, ABC, NPR, and beyond for the launch of the White House Historical Association’s new app, “WHExperience” created in partnership with Amazon Web Services! The White House is one of the most iconic national landmarks that draws an impressive crowd (an upwards of 100,000 visitors annually!). The White House Historical Association was founded in 1961 by First Lady Jackie Kennedy as a nonprofit and non-partisan organization, with a mission to “protect, preserve, and provide public access to the rich history of America’s Executive Mansion.” With the support of both the Secret Service and the National Park Services, the WHHA has enabled visitors to enjoy the White House’s rich history; however, the new app “WHExperience,” has extended that mission into the digital world to create an engaging and educational experience for all!

Fair Lane, Home of Henry and Clara Ford, Brings the Past to Life with New Mobile App

Fair Lane, Home of Henry and Clara Ford, has debuted their new mobile app with Cuseum! This mobile app allows visitors to immerse themselves in a self guided tour of Henry and Clara Ford’s stunning estate in Dearborn Michigan, a place that they called home for over 30 years! 

The White House Historical Association Launches Mobile App With Cuseum and Amazon

The White House Historical Association launches their new mobile app today, in partnership with Cuseum and Amazon Web Services.  

The Historic Charleston Foundation Launches New Mobile App That Brings History into the Digital Age.

We are proud to announce the launch of The Historic Charleston Foundation’s new mobile app in partnership with Cuseum and Museum Hack! This mobile app is an impressive feat that leverages technology to engage visitors with the vivid and storied history of Charleston and its varied historical sites.

The Royal Tyrrell Museum’s new app is a The-saurus of Information

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The Royal Tyrrell Museum is now part of the dino-mite Cuseum network with the launch of their new mobile app! Protecting the rich fossil history of Alberta, the Royal Tyrrell Museum has one of the largest displays of dinosaurs in the world.

“The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology's mandate is to be an internationally recognized public and scientific museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, presentation, and interpretation of palaeontological history, with special reference to Alberta's rich fossil heritage”


The new app offers a the-saurus of information and a roaring good time! With tour options within the galleries, multilingual offerings and accessibility information in the museum the app will evolve their visitor experience from the paleolithic. So reach for your phone, unless you are a T-Rex, next time you are at the Royal Tyrrell Museum!

The Royal Tyrell Museum mobile app is available to download for free through the App Store.


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How Do You Create An App For A Historical City From Start to Finish?

The Historic Charleston Foundation is no stranger to leveraging new technology to showcase Charleston’s vivid history: they have over 50k followers on Instagram! Last year, HCF began a new project with Museum Hack and Cuseum to design an app that further communicates the rich history and stories of this remarkable city.

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