Welcome to the world of TimeTravel 2017-06-05T12:20:45+00:00

WOULDN’T IT BE WONDERFUL TO TRAVEL IN TIME?

TimeTravel provides this unique experience to travel between past, present and future, in an app filled with an historic streetview. TimeTravel will guide you at many historical sights. You will be able to travel through different historical stages, and easily get an (over) view of the changes and developments of these places during the last few centuries. Changes so big, that most of the time you won’t even recognize older situations.

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NEWS

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National Geographic discovers TimeTravel

National Geographic discovers TimeTravel We are so excited that National Geographic chose our [...]

TimeTravel – Limes

TimeTravel - Limes In april 2016, two brand new TimeTravel apps were launched. TimeTravel [...]

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TimeTravel – Amsterdam

TimeTravel Amsterdam - Dam Square This year we proudly presented TimeTravel Amsterdam; [...]

Why TimeTravel?

  • Streetview of the past
  • Virtual experience
  • Tourist information

Bringing history to life in 360° on your smartphone and tablet

Your own TimeTravel?

Please fill in the form below if you are interested in making your own TimeTravel. We will contact you about the possibilities.

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TimeTravel creates a digital representation of different time layers; Medieval times, the booming 19th century or an impression of the area’s future planning. Visitors can then choose to travel to different historical highlights or off into the future.

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Ockenburgh Kijkduinpark

Ockenburgh – Kijkduinpark

The findings at Ockenburgh Kijkduinpark is the main evidence for the existence of the Roman defensive system along the coast. The fortification at Ockenburgh has been used for no more than 30 yars, from about 150 to 180 A.D.

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TimeTravel Amsterdam

Amsterdam – Dam Square

Experience Dam Square, in the middle of Amsterdam, before the royal palace was build, when it was still connected to the port of Amsterdam and the centre of world trade.

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Boxmeer Sterckwijck

Boxmeer – Sterckwijck

How did people live in the Stone Age? What happened to the deceased in the Bronze Age? What did a roman farm looked like? How was a medieval farmer supposed to survive harsh winters?

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