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Cummer Gardens – Touch Tour

Mar

10

In honor of Garden Week, we have been working with Wingard Creative to develop a whole host of new interactive elements for the Gardens.  As a special way to help our visitors celebrate the Gardens with us, we have put together four different audio tours that will be available through podcast download, QR code, and guide-by-cell.  We hope you will join us in celebrating our beautiful historic Gardens during Garden Week, and always.

This podcast is Touch Tour of the Gardens, and will be available at the front desk, along with large print Garden Guides.

Special thanks to Jason Weinberger for the Creative Commons use of Mozart – Clarinet Concerto in A K. 622, II. Adagio as our background music for the Garden tours.

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What is a Podcast?

A podcast (or non-streamed webcast) is a series of digital audio files that are released episodically and often downloaded through a website. There is a wealth of podcast content available in nearly every subject, from news to storytelling, sports to movies and more. You can visit our podcast page here at blog.cummer.org/podcast.

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