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  • A lot of it’s about programming—you need programs that offer quick but meaningful interactivity, engagement, and that are so appealing that visitors recommend them to friends
  • You don’t need to start from scratch—try to repackage existing programs into something that will appeal to tour groups. For instance, pair a standard docent-guided tour with one of your hands-on activities and a mini-lecture
  • Identify your target audiences—are you ideal for scouting groups, adult hobbyists? Brainstorm and think outside the box. Then, market specifically to them.
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    • 1. Make Your Museum a Tour Magnet Laura Wallendal, Co-Founder, EdTrips
    • 2. You need visitors stampeding!
    • 3. It helps: More revenue
    • 4. More engagement Finding a wider audience
    • 5. But being a magnet for groups is hard
    • 6. Whether you’re on the beaten track or not
    • 7. So how do we get groups eager to come on in?
    • 8. Marketing and Education must work hand in hand
    • 9. It starts with programs that tour groups love
    • 10. A wide variety of customizable programs from existing programming
    • 11. Hands-on art Historic interpretation
    • 12. Work with other venues to create “make a day of it” packages Be creative: “other venues” aren’t just museums
    • 13. Marketing: Find your audience and grab their interest
    • 14. Target your audience(s)! Don’t be genericcreate marketing specifically geared towards their interests to grab their attention in a crowded marketplace
    • 15. Tour group operator conferences, publi cations
    • 16. Create landing pages
    • 17. Video and photos are key
    • 18. Special interest groups Adult learning, scouts, h omeschooling
    • 19. Make it easy to sign up
    • 20. Thank You! Laura Wallendal, COO, EdTrips Laura@EdTrips.com www.EdTrips.com