Clifton Hill House Virtual Tour for the University of Bristol

Clifton Hill House is a Grade 1 listed Palladian villa situated in Clifton, Bristol. Its history dates back to 1750, although it was in 1909 when it became a halls of residence, one of the first in the South West to cater for women. In 1911 the University of Bristol took full control, and to this day it is still used as student accommodation, although now housing both male and female students.

Part of this historic building is used by the events team for hosting a range of functions. We are asked to shoot and produce a 360 virtual tour that would help them sell the space and better inform prospective delegates of the facilities on offer. We added Street View style floor arrows to allow for a full ‘walkthrough’, as well as adding information points to each scene describing the rooms being viewed. The tour was produced to the Universities branding, utilising the events teams’ colours and fonts.