Interactive maps are commonly used to orient visitors, provide interpretive insight, or elaborate on your history. They allow visitors to virtually explore on their own and are commonly used in visitor centers, historical sites, museums and attractions. An interactive map may be displayed on a standalone kiosk, monitor on a wall, or users can carry them around on museum-provided iPads. You can include any type of media from pictures and audio recordings to videos and animations. Our programming template allows for complete customization while offering you cost savings benefits by being able to leverage our existing code.