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A special program for museums, zoos, theme parks, sites and landmarks

Attractions drive tourism

Museums, zoos, theme parks and historical, cultural and natural attractions – travelers visit these more than any other type of in-destination experience.

Operators and management at these organizations face a unique set of challenges, from distribution and technology to growth, sustainability and the guest experience. Attractions need insights and ideas just for them.

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[email protected] is a new forum at Arival Berlin dedicated to the distinct operating challenges of museums, zoos and aquariums, theme parks, and cultural sites and landmarks. Held within Arival Berlin, [email protected] will be open to attendees from attractions as well as distribution and service providers that work directly with them.

[email protected] features dedicated space for networking among attractions sector leadership and carefully designed presentations and interactive roundtable discussions on topics tailored to attractions.

If you work for or with a landmark, museum, zoo, amusement or theme park, entertainment center or other ticketed attraction, then join other leading attraction executives and digital tourism brands for a new, interactive forum dedicated to the most important part of the Best Part of Travel: [email protected]

Arival Traveler Insights

Exclusive new research from Arival on how travelers find, plan and book attractions, why they choose them, what they want, and key differences across key segments: museums, zoos, sites and landmarks, and amusement parks,

The Right Kind of Growth

Growth is not the same thing for every attraction, especially for top attractions in destinations struggling with overtourism. This session will delve into the future of attraction growth for different segments, and how some attractions and resellers are shaping that future.

Programmatic Advertising for Attractions

Targeted, data-driven multi-channel digital campaigns has become standard fare in the world of online advertising. This workshop will walk through the traveler journey of finding and planning an attraction experience and how programmatic campaigns can be built to win over the most sought-after visitors.

Yielding Up: Revenue Management & the Future of Pricing

Dynamic pricing has become one of the hottest buzzwords in ticketed attraction circles today. This session examines what it is, really, and what are clear strategies attractions of all types can take.

Every Guest Can’t Come First: Visitor Experience and Overtourism

Attractions more than any other sector of travel and tourism face distinct challenges in meeting guest expectations and delivering a great experience, especially as demand has surged at the world’s most popular sites. This session explores key directors in the guest experience, from managing wait times and visitor flow to enhancing the guest experience with AR, VR and self-guided mobile services.

More Than Tickets: Working with OTAs & Resellers

An in-depth look at the OTA-attraction relationship and how resellers can work to serve the goals of attractions beyond selling more tickets

Connectivity & the State of Ticketing Tech

While other sectors of travel – airlines, hotels, travel agencies – developed live connectivity decades ago, the Best Part of Travel is still working to catch up. This session will review the state of reservations, ticketing and distribution tech for attraction.

Arival Operator Insights & Benchmarks

Arival CEO Douglas Quinby will present key findings from its Global Operator Landscape Study featuring key insights and trends on how attractions operate, market, distribute and much more.

If you work for or with a landmark, museum, zoo, amusement or theme park, entertainment center or other ticketed attraction, then join other leading attraction executives and digital tourism brands for a new, interactive forum dedicated to the most important part of the Best Part of Travel: [email protected]

Speakers to be announced soon.

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The Big Picture: Investment, Innovation & the Future of In-Destination in Asia

Let’s face it: The In-destination industry has been the hottest sector of travel over the past few years. Venture capital keeps pouring in, M&A is accelerating, technology is (finally) taking hold and operators across the region and around the world are investing in tech. Where does this all lead? Will OTAs own the day? Do operators have a voice? What will these changes mean to creators and sellers across the region? A leading venture investor, a corporate strategist and a startup CEO who’s seen it all explain the present and chart the future for The Best Part of Travel.

Roundtable: DMOs & the State of In-Destination in Asia

Destination marketing organizations (DMOs) play a pivotal role in driving tourism and advancing the interests of local tours, activities and attractions. This session assembles leaders from some of Asia’s most important tourism bodies to discuss key trends in travel across Asia, the role of DMOs in driving sustainable tourism growth, and how operators of tours, activities and attractions can best work with local and national tourism authorities to advance our industry.

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