If a special event is coming up or you have just got over one and need to move crowd control barriers to another place, it can prove to be a tough task requiring a lot of physical strength and precious time.\n
As the holiday season is fast approaching,
museums are now facing an increase in
visitor numbers. Thousands of museums
around the world take more than 1 million
visitors per year and with the increase, will
be making efforts to manage the crowds.
Along with the comfort of the visitors, safety
is also a primary concern for the curators.
Here are some of the tips which can be
implemented to manage crowd control
Offer timely tickets – Open the sale
of tickets in advance, so visitors can get
appropriate entry controlling the throng of
Tensator®gives the visitors expected
waiting time and their position in the queue
without actually standing in the queue.
Provide effective guidance–Signage can help visitors navigate around your museum and can help to
clearly mark entrances and exits.
Planned people flow- Curators must have to pre-plan the route the visitors should be following to flow
from one area to another, For example, the Mona Lisa at Louvre is a focus for most of the visitors, so it
should be placed in a comparatively wide area.
Tensabarrier®manages the queuing space and cordons off the access to restricted areas providing the
safest belt barriers in the market and allows the curators to enhance the space by efficient schemes.
Provide clear communication – Communicate any rules and regulations in a clear and concise
Tensators Virtual Assistant is 10 times more effective than other forms of digital signage. It can be used to convey
information or messages in an eye-catching and engaging way.
Use Writing Surfaces- Placing writing surfaces at corners will allow visitors to take valuable notes by standing aside
avoiding any obstruction for others.
Tensator and Tensabarrier
If you are looking for a temporary barrier, please speak to one of our specialists about the best solution for your
needs. You can contact us here or alternatively you can download more information here.