What we do

INTERPRETATION:

In today’s world, interpretation is an essential information communication tool designed to improve visitor understanding  at venues such as museums, nature centres, nature reserves, botanical gardens, historic sites, geological and aquatic sites of interest, on guided tours and self-guided trails.

“Revealing the significance of place to visitors”  A process intended to construct emotional and intellectual links to the resource.

ABOVE: BARBERTON MAKHONJWA GEOTRAIL

Hamilton-Fynch focuses on the research and development of interpretation and visitor information media. However we have an extensive network of associates specialising in specific aspects of interpretation and visitor centre development. These include:

•   Architects

•   Draughtsmen

•   Landscape architects

•   Interior designers 

•   Videography and digital technology specialists

•   Set builders 

We can build cost-effective teams able to undertake an entire visitor facilities development project, or we can work independently solely on the development of interpretation media to interpret new or complement existing facilities.

ABOVE: JANE GOODALL INTERPRETATION CENTRE- CHIMP EDEN

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