History museums around the country choose Cuseum as their partner for driving engagement with their visitors, members, and donors.


⭕️ Challenge

History is rich with stories, but limited wall space for text is just not enough space to share anything substantial. The inability to share all of the contextual information leaves visitors with only part of the story; the abbreviated version, and more questions than answers.  

✔︎  Solution

By utilizing a digital tour guide, you aren’t limited by wall space, and can share all of your historical videos, photos, text and audio experiences. Give your visitors the entire story, and guide them through the museum, even when a tour guide is not available. Empower them to dig deeper into the context, and navigate their way through history.


In action


see how cuseum can help:

Mobile Engagement  |  Digital Membership   Augmented Reality

Why go digital?

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Drive returning visitors
Delight your audience with curated tours on their favorite devices, and they will come back for more.


Save time
Improve performance with instant content delivery and flexible easy-to-use content management system.

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Cut costs
Go paperless with digital membership cards. Less work, better and faster communication channel!

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Encourage engagement
Remind visitors about new exhibitions, membership benefits, store and café promotions with iBeacons.

Why choose cuseum?


Cuseum has a unique understanding of the goals and challenges faced by cultural organizations, and through countless hours of research and experience, we have turned that into the best possible solutions that caters directly to their needs and objectives. Cuseum’s technology is trusted by some of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world.

Cuseum is trusted by history museums

Here are a few:

"This state-of-the-art technology tool will increase public access and share the rooms and history of the White House across the country and around the world."
– Stewart McLaurin, President of the White House Historical Association


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