The picturesque seaside town of Ventnor on the Isle of Wight has a chequered and fascinating history, championed by the Ventnor and Undercliff Heritage Trust. This historic past is presented to local families, day-trippers and tourists with their most recent project, a website for walking trail that is a heritage tour called Time Travel Ventnor.
Responsive Website For Walking Trail
This unique project showcases the history and heritage of Ventnor and the local area, by way of a free walking tour with public display boards at localities of significant interest, a physical map which can be found at the local heritage centre and of course a fantastic responsive website!
Working with the Trust’s chosen design team at Words & Stuff who did a fantastic job on the logo, map, leaflet and display board designs. The website itself utilises responsive web design, meaning it is compatible with all sized mobile devices.
Walking Trail WordPress Website Photos
More Heritage Trust Digital Assets
Visitors can access a digital version of the map, the associated leaflet, a digital guestbook for Ventnor visitors that enjoy the trail and more information about the trail and trust, all from any mobile, tablet or desktop device.
Walking Trail Website Specific Feature
PDF Map Embed and Download
Responsive Web Design
PDF Flyer Leaflet Embed and Download
Historic Imagery of Ventnor
Ventnor Heritage Trust Video
Here’s a short video from the Ventnor and Undercliff Heritage Trust; telling you more about the area and their activities.
Heritage Trust Client Feedback
“White Rabbit are excellent IMO. Good designs and always ready with help and support when needed, which isn’t often I’m glad to say.” Richard Downing – VUHT
Website For Walking Trail In Ventnor
Why not check out the walking trail WordPress website and next time you’re in the Isle of Wight; be sure to take a visit to Ventnor and explore its amazing past.
Visit the website at timetravelventnor.co.uk
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