TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE AMERICAN QUARTER HORSE HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM

America’s Horse, July, 1, 2009 – You can view the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum like never before through an online virtual tour. Visit http://www.aqhhalloffame.com/ to see 360-degree views inside and outside the Hall of Fame.

You can experience the wonder of the Hall of Fame from your computer and feel like you are actually at the museum in Amarillo through interactive views of the exterior, Grand Hall, Kenneth Banks Theater, Timeline Entry and Timeline Exhibit.

The exterior view features the many bronze sculptures outside the museum as well as the American Quarter Horse Association headquarters. Moving inside, you can see the magnificence of the Grand Hall with the majestic Hall of Fame medallion, massive stone columns, plaques of the Hall of Fame inductees, and even the Dorothy and Clarence Scharbauer Jr. bloodlines chart etched into the floor.

Tour the Kenneth Banks Theater with its collection of original oil paintings by Orren Mixer depicting many American Quarter Horse legends. The Timeline Entry and Exhibit views show how the Hall of Fame members are honored through the timeline and their collections, which include artifacts and biographies.

The virtual tour of the Hall of Fame provides a detailed glimpse into the facility designed to showcase the legends in the American Quarter Horse industry. This new HD virtual tour technology is provided by New Spin 360. The company captured seamless 360-degree high-resolution panoramic images of the Hall of Fame and then made them available though Adobe Flash player as an interactive tour.

Take the tour today at http://www.aqhhalloffame.com/  and experience the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum from wherever you are.

Be sure to visit the Hall of Fame & Museum in person to experience all the wonder and enjoyment of the American Quarter Horse. The museum’s hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The museum is closed on Sundays

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