Find out more about our digital services, including 3D visualisation, web design, mobile device engagement and photography.


Discover how our physical and digital visitor interpretation can provide better experiences and help make heritage sites more accessible.


Our expertise in archival and academic research helps develop rich content for heritage and historical engagement.


Learn how our experience in visitor engagement strategy can help heritage sites broaden and develop audiences and participation.

Recent projects

Lyminge: Pathways to the Past

The nunnery at Lyminge, founded in 633, was one of England's first religious houses. In partnership with Reading University, Heritage360 produced digital visualisations of the existing church and its now-lost Anglo-Saxon predecessor.

3D digital visualisation, Interactive touchscreens, Visitor interpretation

The Becket Connection

A major focus of the AHRC project 'The Becket Connection' was a digital visualisation of the medieval city of Canterbury. Working with the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, Heritage360 produced an archaeologically-informed recreation of the city, c.1450, and an associated website.

3D digital visualisation, Website development

St Davids Cathedral

With over 250,000 visitors a year, St Davids Cathedral is a major attraction in West Wales for tourists and pilgrims alike. Heritage360 provided digital engagement materials as part of a major visitor interpretation overhaul.

Interactive touchscreens, Mobile device media, Visitor interpretation, Website development