You can choose to explore the museums’ special exhibitions independently either alone or with a friend, or buy a virtual guided tour with a museum guide.
Visiting Digital Museum is like visiting any museum.
Exhibitions’ contents may be examined by clicking the information balls in the exhibitions. They may contain text, pictures, videos, or audio. The language of an exhibition may be changed.
All our exhibitions are created with 360 or 3D virtual technology. There are many ways to move in a 360-exhibition: you can tap on the floor, swipe the screen, or use a mouse.
In 3D-exhibitions you may move with your mouse or computer’s touchpad. Change of the view or ’turning your head’ is performed either by your mouse, touchpad, or computer’s keyboard. If you examine the exhibition with your phone or tablet, the view will change according to your hand movements.
Be curious and try them out!
Digital museum offers three kinds of services: free exhibitions, paid exhibitions and paid guided tours. You can examine free exhibitions whenever you like. An exhibition may be paid, too - by buying an entrance you will see all the contents of the exhibition.
You may also reserve and buy a guided virtual tour for your group or buy an entrance to an open tour for yourself. The guidings are arranged by museums’ professionals and they are organized at Cisco Webex -platform.
See all the exhibitions here!
- Choose a special exhibition and suitable time from the exhibition calendar, make a booking and pay for the guidance.
- You will receive a calendar invitation and instructions on joining the guiding by email.
- In case you reserved the guiding for your group, you may share the link with max 25 persons.
- At the time of the guiding, activate the link and wait for the guide and other exhibition visitors to arrive.
- The guide will welcome you and explain the progress of the tour. You can ask questions during the exhibition simply by speaking up.
Enjoy the experience!
If none of the calendar’s guidance times is suitable for your group, it’s also possible to suggest a better one by contacting us!
Frequently Asked Questions
Digital Museum is meant to be an easy place to visit. With answers to the most frequently asked questions, your visit will surely be pleasant!
The exhibitions support the most common browsers. When facing a problem, check that your browser is updated to the latest version. You may also try another browser. If the exhibition runs slowly, you should empty computer’s cache.
Notice that guiding doesn't necessarily open if your computer is using other applications requiring camera (Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Google Meets, Photo Booth...). In this case, guiding environment (Webex Meetings)
can't use your camera and joining the guiding is not possible. Close other applications requiring camera to join.
The latest versions of Safari, Google Chrome and Firefox will function the best. Note that joining a guided tour is not possible via Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge.
Digital exhibitions function with all devices. The contents are best examined with a large screen.
360-exhibitions: You may choose interesting contents from the menu or the map. You can move by clicking the arrows and change the view by swiping the screen.
3D-exhibitions: If you use a phone or a tablet, the exhibition recognizes the position of your device and the view changes according to your hand movements. 3D-exhibitions can be examined via computer, too. In that case, you may move with your mouse or arrow keys.
You can participate from any place of your choice with your computer, tablet or phone. There is no dress code. You can turn off the camera, if you wish, but it’s more enjoyable to interact with the guide and group face to face.
The most important aspects of digital etiquette are consideration towards the other participants, putting the microphone on "mute" when you are not speaking and patience – remember that not everyone is equally familiar with using digital services and anyone can suddenly lose their connection. It’s also polite to greet the guide and introduce yourself/say your name when asking questions from the guide.
Welcome! Please contact [email protected] for further information.