Visiting a museum can be very "dusty". The eye is the main sense working. It looks quite bi-dimensional: you and the object are facing each other. Well, that was before Context Travel.
We had a truly vivid museum experience with Caroline. She didn't just had a deep historical knowledge she made us travel in the context of the British Museum. Not only did she show us specific objects, she integrated them in the history of the time.
Caroline made our visit to the BM a vivid experience, senses in alert: listening, looking, even touching the reproduction of the Rosetta Stone as it's story was unfold to our ears.
Thank you SO much.
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