Kitty Hawk Kites
Kitty Hawk Kites, Inc. was founded in 1974 by John Harris, a pioneer in hang gliding, to provide instruction, products, and service to the burgeoning new sport. In the late 1980s, Kitty Hawk Kites expanded into what is now its three main businesses; providing hang gliding instruction to students and instructors through its Flight School; selling aviation and outdoor clothing as well as kites and toys through it’s retail outlets; and providing adventure recreation activities. Many customers schedule their adventures online(http://reservations.kittyhawk.com) or chat with a friendly and knowledgeable adventure coordinator in our call center.
Corning Museum of Glass
The Corning Museum of Glass is where the world—from serious scholars to those simply interested in discovering—turns to learn more about the art, history, craft, or technology of this incredible material. Visitors who spend time at the Museum are guaranteed to see glass in a whole new light. The Museum’s popular glass making workshops and Fun with Glass programs are available every day at the museum. Customers may schedule these programs and reserve admission tickets online (http://reservations.cmog.org) or choose to call their reservation in.
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium was recently declared the #1 Zoo in America by USA Travel Guide. With over 2 million visitors per year, the Zoo continues to grow while building on its impressive customer experience. “Jungle” Jack Hanna’s relentless effort to educate the public on the care and preservation of the world’s animals is a tribute to what the Columbus Zoo stands for.
The Columbus Zoo initially chose Outbound Software for its safari park named The Wilds. Given the success at The Wilds with dealing with the intricacies of their diverse operation, the Columbus Zoo chose Outbound Software to manage all education reservations for the Zoo and cabana rentals at their water park named Zoombezi Bay. Here are links to the Outbound Software sites for these three entities: https://reservations.columbuszoo.org, https://reservations.zoombezibay.com andhttps://reservations.thewilds.org.
The Wexner Center of Ohio State University opened in November 1989. Conceived as a research laboratory for all the arts, it has emphasized commissions for new work and artist residencies since its inception. Its multidisciplinary programs encompass performing arts, exhibitions, and media arts (film/video) and have focused on cutting-edge culture from around the globe. In October 2005, the Wexner Center galleries reopened after an extensive renovation. All program areas remained active during the renovation, but exhibitions were mounted off site, at the Belmont Building in downtown Columbus, OH.
The Wexner Center chose Outbound Software to handle all of its online tickets sales with print-at-home capabilities. In addition, The Wexner Center utilizes Outbound’s Box Office Module for the Counterpoint Point-of-Sale system to handle all onsite sales, ticket printing and wireless scanning at all venues. The Wexner Center was previously using TicketMaster for all online and onsite sales. You may visit the Wexner site at www.wexarts.org.
Outside Hilton Head
For over 30 years, Outside Hilton Head has been providing great outdoor adventures to South Carolina Lowcountry residents and visitors. We started at South Beach Marina – in Sea Pines Plantation – as a windsurfing school in 1979, and have grown to become the area’s most complete outdoor outfitter offering a multitude of excellent programs, equipment and gear. Join us for kayak tours, boating excursions, kayak or charter fishing, group programs, kids camps, family activities or team & leadership development. Book online(http://reservations.outsidehiltonhead.com) or call one of our outdoor specialists.
Currier Museum of Art
The recently expanded Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH is home to an internationally respected collection of European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture. New galleries showcase the collection of over 11,000 objects, including works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet, O’Keeffe, and Warhol. Visitors of all ages can participate in dynamic programs, and enjoy engaging exhibitions, the expanded gift shop and airy café. Visitors are encouraged to schedule tours and programs online (http://currier.obsres.com) or may choose to reserve by phone.
The Morton Arboretum is located in Isle, IL just a short drive outside of Chicago. The Arboretum has acquired trees and plants from around the world for research as well as display. The grounds are kept beautiful and healthy with new experiences 365 days a year. Visitors can enjoy the walking trails, ride the tram, take an educational class, attend a special event and more,http://mortonarb.obsres.com.
NC Wildlife Centers
Each region of North Carolina now boasts a wildlife education center operated by the Division of Conservation Education. With a mission to increase awareness and understanding of wildlife resources, build an appreciation of the outdoors, and develop stewardship of North Carolina’s wildlife, the wildlife education centers are, in equal parts, a visitors’ center, learning institution and fun destination for families. The centers include The Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education (http://ncpaws.org/reservations/Pisgah), located alongside the Davidson River near Brevard, features the Mountains’ wildlife and habitats; The Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education (http://ncpaws.org/reservations/centennial) is located in the head quarters building of the NC Wildlife Resources Commission on the Centennial Campus of N.C. State University in Raleigh; The Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education (https://ncpaws.org/reservations/corolla) is located at Currituck Heritage Park in Corolla and highlights Coastal wildlife, natural history and cultural heritage. Each center provides a regular calendar of events and programs, with group activities and special programs available.
Whether looking for relaxation or recreation, residents and visitors can find a wide variety of activities throughout the county. Each county park displays nature’s original artistry and park goers can find something special about each one, from sun-drenched beaches, tranquil lakes and lush emerald green expanses of native habitat to playgrounds, learning centers and convenience facilities. Visitors can reserve park shelters using Outbound’s interactive map reservation system at http://pinellas.obsres.com/parkshelters.
In addition to the parks, Pinellas County offers online reservations for their County Extension and Heritage Village. Pinellas County Extension, as part of a nationwide network of land grant universities, provides research-based knowledge and educational programs that enables Pinellas County residents to make practical decisions to improve their quality of life. Heritage Village contains more than 28 historic structures and features, some dating back to the 19th century, include a school, church, sponge warehouse, railroad depot and store as well as a variety of historic homes. Events and activities for these locations can be booked online at http://pinellas.obsres.com
Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden
Find adventure awaits at the Oklahoma City Zoo & Botanical Garden, the state’s #1 attraction and third-ranked family-friendly zoo in the country! Come on, the wild is calling…New in spring 2011, a palatial elephant habitat that spans 9.5 acres and features state-of-the-art creature features. Explore the wonders of nature through play at the new Children’s Zoo; Oklahoma Trails, a totally native, totally wild experience with over 800 native animals; the Sea Lion Show; Safari Tram & Centennial Choo-Choo and more
The Oklahoma City Zoo offers affordable fun with more than 2,200 exotic animals, Safari Gifts, Canopy Restaurant, and Picnic areas. The Oklahoma City Zoo is a fully accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the American Association of Museums as both a living museum and a botanical garden. The Zoo participates in numerous cooperative Species Survival Plan projects and is dedicated to the conservation of rare and endangered wildlife. Order your tickets to visit online athttp://tickets.okczoo.com.
The Milwaukee County Zoo
The Milwaukee County Zoo is a serene home to more than 2,200 mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles with more than 320 species represented. However, the Zoo has become more than that to visitors. It is a site for workshops, holiday celebrations, summer concerts and food festivals.
Recognized as one of the country’s finest zoological attractions, the Milwaukee County Zoo serves as a resource to educate, entertain and inspire, and will continue to be one of Wisconsin’s premiere attractions. With its renowned animal collection and special exhibitions, the Zoo offers visitors a course in education, conservation and enjoyment. Order your tickets online athttp://store.milwaukeezoo.org for your visit to Wisconsin!