In today's competitive business market, you need every advantage to stand out. CRA is more than prepared to take on your heritage tourism challenges. Our team will help you identify, plan, develop, and promote your location.
CRA can help you:
- Identify: CRA can provide the baseline assessment of existing conditions to help you preserve, restore, or develop a building, landscape, or archaeological site.
- Plan: We will help you identify what is unique about your location that will attract visitors.
- Develop: CRA can help you with historical research, archaeological needs, and the interpretive development of your location.
- Promote: "If you build it, they will come," only works in movies. Our experienced graphic designers and information technology professionals are ready to design brochures, advertisements, web sites, and other materials to promote your location.
Heritage Tourism Project Examples
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The Wright House
Project Description: In 2003, CRA conducted excavations at the Wright House in Bourbon County, Kentucky, before rehabilitation of the house for its use as an interpretive center for the local community. Following the archaeological investigations, historic and archival information, as well as the archaeological data provided by CRA were utilized by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet to develop interpretive signs along the walkway leading the Wright House.
Lower Howard's CreekView slideshow
Project Description: Between 1998 and 2008, CRA conducted multiple cultural resource surveys and archaeological investigations at the Lower Howard's Creek Nature and Heritage Preserve in Clark County, Kentucky. CRA has worked one-on-one with the Preserve to attain their goals of preserving and protecting the historic and archaeological resources, promoting scientific research, protecting and restoring the natural environment, and supporting environmental education.