QR codes for places of leisure such as museums, galleries, zoos, aquariums, planetariums, science museums, and seasonal events like science fairs are becoming abundant for passing on quality information without printed materials. They also provide augmented reality (AR) experiences that users can take home with them on their mobile phones for more interaction and extended educational use. Since dynamic QR codes are changeable, staff in places of leisure can change the information at any time without removing or replacing the physical QR code. People enjoy scanning them and receiving relevant information for a value-added touch to their visit.
By scanning a QR code in places of leisure and entertainment, users can receive educational tools, multimedia content, games, interactive activities, and more. These are excellent for following up on information interesting to guests of any age and demographic and are a fantastic way to educate and keep young learners entertained at home.
Instead of just walking through a place of leisure and looking at artifacts and reading about animals, scanning QR codes provides more AR experiences and interaction with multimedia content such as audios, PDFs, self-guided tours for convenience, and content to bring home on mobile devices.
Printed materials waste paper and ink and cause unnecessary litter in beautiful public spaces or get thrown in the bin. The cost of printed materials is very high and isn't sustainable. QR codes printed on banners, walls, and posters that everyone will see, will allow people who scan to enjoy the content and store it on their mobile phones.
With printed materials, one had to reprint them when information was updated, resulting in wasted previously printed materials. With dynamic QR codes, the information can be changed as often as necessary, allowing for educational content to be up to date, as well as seasonal event changes and scheduling. You can edit the information in the QR code without having to reprint a physical code. With Supercode's smartly designed dashboard, organize all of your QR codes in customizable folders so you can edit them at any time. Also, deleting a code and creating a new one to add to folders if you choose, is simple.
Many of the people visiting places of leisure are tourists and if they do not understand the local language it is advantageous to scan a QR code and translate the information in their mobile phones. Since most travelers have smartphones, scanning QR codes has become a universal norm for receiving and sharing information.
Make QR codes with fun colors and designs with clear calls to action so kids will get excited to scan and use the information later at home.
Place QR codes near ticket boxes and in different areas to promote future exhibitions and events. Scanning QR codes for this type of information will encourage people to come back again. Additionally, increase followers on social media sites by creating QR codes for social media in common places, so guests can find out about future events there as well.
Offer prizes for contests when people win games introduced by QR codes.
Some guests spend hours at one site and an entire day at another. Some enjoy an hour-long tour of one exhibition, but not the next. Provide tours with QR code scans for every type of person so they can pick and choose their own path and focus on the information they do want.
Create a Supercode QR code for feedback with personalized questions regarding your place of leisure. Choose from pre-written questions or invent your own surveys. Get customer feedback based on exhibition enjoyment, cleanliness of facilities, and customer service. Track QR codes on the Supercode analytics dashboard, to see star ratings with optional comments and guest contact information.
Just add a URL QR code with a Google Maps coordinate link to quickly find the location of any tourist attraction and its details.
Creating QR codes on Supercode is easy and takes seconds. Here is a quick guide on how to create QR codes for places of leisure to achieve your goals.
Creating a code on Supercode is easy and takes seconds. Choose the type, the link or the content to include and click on save when you are ready.
Design a beautiful QR code to match your branding guidelines.
Add customizable categories for new folders in the Supercode dashboard. Or, add your new QR code to a preexisting folder, both of which you can share with your marketing and management teams.
Scan the code by directing your phone camera on it and check if all the content displayed is correct. To make changes, simply go back to the dashboard and edit the code.
Place the code on any scannable surface where you want to share information or collect feedback.
Track any dynamic QR code scanned on the Supercode analytics dashboard.
Learn how to generate QR codes in bulk with Supercode's bulk QR code generator.
The National Museum of China has over 40 galleries and has incorporated QR codes with detailed explanations throughout halls and for every item. They have been able to analyse every scan to prove their idea was a large success, with many people scanning.
These QR codes also route to their website where people can share various information and multimedia content through every social media channel, promoting exhibitions and pieces across the internet like never before, in a very convenient fashion.
Now, it is easier to spread the message about new exhibitions like the 'Earth, Sea and Sky...' exhibition below, by scanning the QR code, viewing relevant content and sharing online. Where promotional banners like this were not able to be measured or shared before, QR codes give banners like this a unique functionality that comes to life when scanned and tracked.
The largest private contemporary art museum in Russia, the Erarta, features QR codes next to individual pieces of art for more detailed educational information and an option to purchase reproductions of the art straight from their mobile phones.
Guillermo Bert, an artist from Los Angeles, California wove QR codes into his tapestries which were on display in the Pasadena Museum of California Art. His pieces which reflect the history of the Americas, send a message to the viewer when the QR code is scanned. The black one on the far left reads, "I'm always looking back to understand the teachings of our ancestors."
The San Diego Zoo places QR codes next to different animal habitats as well as tours for a virtual experience adults and children both love. Incorporating QR codes into zoo sites enables visitors to take home educational information, tours, and AR experiences about animals, on-site flora and fauna, and more.
The San Diego Zoo paired up with Alaskan Airlines to create a scavenger hunt with QR codes throughout the zoo! Prize winners got Alaskan Mileage Plan Miles for going through the park, scanning the 5 QR codes related to the hunt, and entering the necessary information.