Henry VIII on Tour

2022 - Ongoing

A three-year AHRC-funded venture that brings together a cross-disciplinary team of scholars and technical specialists to explore, evaluate and reconceptualise Henry VIII's progresses.

StreetLife York - the Jewish Neighbourhood story

2022 - Ongoing

Northallerton Heritage

2022 - 2023

A collaboration with Hambleton District Council to explore Northallerton's High Street through 3D visualisations, an AR-driven digital tour and an touchscreen interactive within the Council's Heritage Hub.

Lyminge: Pathways to the Past

2021 - 2022

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.

The Becket Connection

2018 - 2019

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.

Glastonbury Abbey

2016 - 2017

A collaboration with the University of Reading to implement a new visitor interpretation strategy that connected archaeology more directly to the spiritual and legendary significance of Glastonbury abbey.

Hexham Abbey


A collaborative project that sought to present Hexham abbey's rich, but largely hidden, history to visitors from an engaging, thought-provoking and fun perspective. The outputs would form a key part of the abbey's new visitor centre, which opened in 2014.

Worcester Cathedral

2012 - 2016

A three-year interpretation project that provided 3D visualisations, digital interactives and visitor signage to help visitors better appreciate the wonderful history of Worcester Cathedral.

Micklegate Priory Revealed

2010 - 2013

Between 2010 and 2013, the Micklegate Priory Revealed project utilised innovative 3D visualisation to explore one of the several major religious houses located within the walls of York during the 15th century.