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For Tourism 

Global Treasure App is an award-winning Edutainment app with clue-driven walking trails around tourism destinations and within visitor attractions.


The App is better than a leaflet, better than an audio tour, better than a loyalty card!

 The trails have:

  • multiple-choice questions 

  • picture clues 

  • audio, video

  • social media sharing

  • real world and virtual rewards

We offer a Trail Creation service or you can Build Your Own Trail

We have a prestigious client base from Glasgow Museums to The Berlin Dom.

The trails educate, entertain and enhance the visitor experience of a destination.

With sponsorship banners and In App purchases the trails can also be a revenue stream for visitor attractions.

We put attractions on the map and offer a joined-up digital strategy to tourism destinations



Buzzfeed puts it best in the article:

21 Apps That Are Better Than A Tour Guide

The guided treasure trails allow players to look at a familiar or new area in a whole

new light. The clue-driven walks make exploration extra fun and help tourists and locals to discover nooks and crannies of the area they might have bypassed

“Glasgow Museums are delighted to be associated with Global Treasure Apps and would recommend them as a wonderful resource for cultural and heritage organisations. Our award-winning Riverside Museum hosts two Global Treasure Hunt Apps and we have been greatly impressed by the genuine enthusiasm for these platforms. They are very popular, especially the ones created by young people for young people – offering a layer of engagement,  

which is fun and enjoyable.”

John Ferry, Digital & New Media Manager, Glasgow Museums


“This project enabled young people to experience and develop new technology, and gain a greater appreciation for their local area. It offered 83 pupils the chance to work on a really unique product which they can be proud of for years to come and which will help create interest in and regenerate the area they are growing up in.”

Naomi Mason, Banff and Macduff Regeneration Officer


“At Chatelherault visitors can use the technology to navigate around the ancient woodlands, or explore the 18th century hunting lodge. Players have the chance to challenge family and friends to treasure hunts, with the winning team being able to pick up their prize from our gift shop. We have had great feedback from our customers and are confident that our many

Chinese visitors will enjoy the game also.”

Laura Cleland, Recreation Manager, Chatelherault, Lanarkshire


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