Transform your museums with technology

With VReal, museums can transform their traditional offerings becoming hubs of innovation and engagement. Partner with us to attract new audiences, enhance educational experiences, and preserve your collections for the future.

5 Reasons to Partner with us

Stay Relevant

In today's technology-driven world with reducing attention span, museums face the challenge of staying relevant and engaging a younger audience. With Vreal’s virtual tours, museums can transform their offerings – making it attractive and engaging for younger generations

Expand Your Offerings & Audience (and sources of revenues!)

Vreal’s virtual tours provides a virtual window into your museum, allowing anyone with an internet connection to explore your treasures from anywhere in the world. This opens up a world of possibilities, reaching new audiences who may not be able to visit in person. With experts and guides, you can now offer tours practically 24 x 7

Participate in Educational Opportunities

Digital documentation can power interactive educational tools, allowing students to engage with art and history in a dynamic and engaging way. Contribute to influencing students across world through expert led interactive exploration of history by students.

Differentiate with Immersive Experiences

Virtual tours offer an immersive experience that goes beyond static images. With 360-degree panoramic views and interactive elements, visitors can virtually stroll through your galleries, marvel at your exhibits, and delve into the stories behind your collections.

Preserve your collection

Digital documentation serves as a valuable backup for your physical collections, ensuring their preservation and accessibility for future generations. High-resolution images and 3D scans provide a way to document your artifacts in detail, even if they are fragile or difficult to transport.

Live Guided Tours

Uspenski Cathedral

Eastern Orthodox cathedral


Pentala Archipelago Museum


The Qalawun complex (Arabic: مجمع قلاون‎) is a massive complex in Cairo, Egypt, built by Sultan al-Mansur Qalawun in 1284–1285


Hvitträsk is a mansion complex in Kirkkonummi, Finland, about 30 kilometers west of Helsinki. It was designed as a studio home for the members of the Finnish architecture firm Gesellius, Lindgren, Saarinen, later becoming the private residence of Eliel Saarinen.

Gösta Serlachius Museum

The Serlachius Museums offer a meeting place for art and stories, and people who value their high-quality. There are two Serlachius Museums: Art Museum Gösta as well as Museum Gustaf, which tells the stories of history. Our heart and soul consist of art, architecture, history, excellent food, magnificent lakeside nature and hearty service.


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