Your website introduces your visitor to your historic places. Your website needs to be simple, easy to navigate and give the visitor the information they need.
What do they need to know about your amazing attraction, your services and your history that will help them make the decision to come and visit your historical or cultural site? Then give them what they need.
Following the ten basic suggestions below will help tune-up your website to help you generate revenue for operations, planning, repairs and protection.
Tourism is about expectations – what visitors hope to see and experience, and how the many parts of the community can benefit from the influx of travellers. Historic places can be key to attracting visitors to get a better sense of a locale’s people, places and events.
Video is an incredibly powerful tool. With video, you can inform and entertain a large group of people in a creative way without having to worry about your audience getting bogged down by looking at too many words. And not only is it more engaging, but it can evoke feelings and tug on heart strings in a way that words on a page can’t.
Since its opening in 1978, the Fort Frances Museum and Cultural Centre has had a mission to “collect, preserve, research, exhibit, and interpret the artifacts that depict the story of people and nature as it relates to the history of Fort Frances and the surrounding Rainy River District.”