Experience All That Destinations Have to Offer

For Travel Lovers, Families, & Educators

See enhanced exhibit details, listen to special audio recordings, and watch engaging videos. Go on quests, and race your friends to the finish line. Take your homeschool co-op for an immersive learning adventure. The opportunities are endless!

Explore destinations
Learn history
Share with friends
Compete in quests

Experience your favorite places with fresh eyes.

Instead of having to search around for a sign or get a tour from the same boring guide, go at your own pace and discover new things! 

Are you looking for adventure?

Opportunity awaits just around the corner.

Scavenger Hunts

Experience your city in a new way with EVE Quests. Visit local hot spots to learn more about the history of your community all the while racing friends to get to the finish line.

Field Trips

Take your kids, co-op, or class to the museum and have hands-on access to videos and other fun facts created to engage students with education.


Look for attractions along the route of your next trip, and enjoy learning the rich history of each destination. 

How it Works

Okay, so you want to learn more and have fun. Great!
How does EVE make that possible?


Download the App


Search for Attractions


Go & Play

Do you manage a destination?

Bring your exhibits to life through EVE!

  • Expand or Enhance Exhibit Information
  • Replace or Supplement Tour Guides
  • Attract More Visitors

Museums • Fairs • Zoos • Aquariums • Cities • & More!

What Customers Are Saying…

“While at the fair I received a text from one of my students Mom’s regarding how to find something in the treasure hunt (of course I saw it an hour later).  As I knew that they had participated I asked her today for her feedback on the activity. 

They LOVED it.  She said they experienced parts of the fair they wouldn’t have thought to visit without it.  

The favorite “find” was when they were simply walking across the lawn and a question popped up.  It was a delightful surprise!  

All in all, both my student and her Mom said, ‘Do it next year!'”