We Understand Historical & Cultural Attractions

Tessitura Network has been providing enterprise technology solutions to cultural and arts institutions since 2001. From cultural and historical attractions to symphony orchestras, from theaters to museums, we provide a single unified system for non-profits to manage CRM and transactions, both online and on-site.

Tessitura is a silo-busting product developed from the input of our members. With cultural activities as our inspiration, we built solutions to streamline your business operations, allowing you to harvest data about your visitors and leverage it to increase memberships and revenue. Tessitura’s unified CRM helps you understand and connect effectively with your patrons. Comprehensive functionality across all departments empowers you to improve the visitor experience, maximize your revenue, and build deeper relationships.

“Working with the Tessitura team on our implementation has been fantastic. They’re responsive, they’re knowledgeable, they are flexible. I couldn’t say enough about how great it has been to work with them.”

Charles Vann, Director of Sales, Gettysburg Foundation
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Historical & cultural attractions using Tessitura

Of the 750+ organizations using Tessitura worldwide, more than 125 are historical sites, cultural attractions, museums, science centers, zoos or aquariums. Tessitura is helping all of these organizations improve visitor experience, modernize and streamline their operations, improve loyalty and engagement, and increase revenue.

George Washington's Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, VA

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Black Country Living Museum

West Midlands, UK

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Chicago Architecture Foundation

Chicago, Illinois

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Hillwood Estate Museum & Gardens

Washington, DC

A 19th-century cannon sits on the grass. Behind it are old gravestones. There is a large tree.

Gettysburg Foundation

Gettysburg, PA

A large house with white columns, framed by large shrubbery

Andrew Jackson's Hermitage

Nashville, Tennessee

A large white house with ivy growing on it, surrounded by shrubbery, seen in daylight with a blue sky

Historic Hudson Valley

New York State


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