Hideous Visitor Attitudes Learnt and Experienced from Working in the Heritage Industry

  After having worked for a long time in the heritage industry, I feel like this is something I need to share and talk about. I guess as a visitor of cultural attractions and a cultural historian with a keen eye for public history, it is something I have always been very aware of, but … More Hideous Visitor Attitudes Learnt and Experienced from Working in the Heritage Industry

The Museum of Oxford- An award winning hidden gem

The DCMS (Department for Culture, Media and Sport) in 2005 carried out a major study into the reasons we visit museums and galleries in which they found the most popular reason at 43% being a general interest in the museum and or its collections. Morris Hargreaves McIntyre (The largest cultural strategy and research agency in … More The Museum of Oxford- An award winning hidden gem

Museum Disparity: Resources in the Heritage Industry. Examples from Portugal.

As you may know, I was on holiday over in northern Portugal just this summer gone. Although this was not such a museum/site centered visit as maybe those of Denmark and Norway, and I guess that is kind of the point of what I am going to talk to you about today. For many years, … More Museum Disparity: Resources in the Heritage Industry. Examples from Portugal.

Icons of Danish Heritage (pt.2) – Trelleborg

This is the continuation of https://wuhstry.wordpress.com/2015/12/07/icons-of-danish-heritage-pt-1-kronborg-castle/ . As you may remember, October 2015 was the time when I went off to Denmark and consumed history and culture with every meal of the day – quite literally. So, today we are off to pretty much the other side of Zealand. We leave lovely Copenhagen, to take … More Icons of Danish Heritage (pt.2) – Trelleborg