Project information

  • Customer: Caserea Harbor Visitors’ Center (Israel)
  • Product: Audio guide
  • Content production by Nubart: No
  • Year of launch: 2024
  • Project status: Active

Nubart's accessible audio guide for the Caserea Harbor Visitors’ Center in Israel

Caserea Harbor Visitors’ Center's audio guide

Among the various tourist attractions that recount the tale of ancient Israel, the Visitors' Center at Caesarea Harbour stands out for its portrayal of Caesarea and the intriguing figure of King Herod the Master Builder. The center is housed in four historical spaces that are around 2,000 years old. A stunning show blends information, media, and rare ancient items unearthed during excavations both on land and in the sea. A magnificent visual display displayed on a screen in an arch structure in the second vault shows King Herod, who constructed the city and port.

In 2024, the Caesarea Development Company undertook an extensive accessibility project for people with disabilities. The project included the physical accessibility of all areas of the Visitor Center, including convenient access routes, sloped paths, an elevator, lowered reception counters, accessible toilets, accessible audio, tactile and video stations, voice guidance, and more.

As part of this process, Nubart was contracted to provide an accessible digital audio guide for neurodivergent and visually impaired visitors. In addition to audio tracks in plain Hebrew, the audio guide also provides audio descriptions that are automatically synchronized with the videos played locally on the center's screens using Nubart's patented Nubart Sync technology.