The question is: should we assume that museums are necessarily fun? Is there such a thing as a “museums fun”? Most museum professionals try to make the museum programs, activities, projects, and everything directed to audiences more accessible. It usually means that they try to
This museum is a landmark and a fun factory. Today I’ll be talking about a must-visit place, the main reason why I had a perfect day in Philadelphia. Like most visitors, I had limited time, so I tried to understand the whole concept by visiting
Inspired by the posts about Railways and their fans, I remembered about another emblematic transportation topic that impressed me a lot during my three-weeks long trip to Scandinavia, 9 years ago. I can say that it was the most fun discovery I had on that
This is one of the 6 stories provided by the Croatian Railway Museum‘s greatest fans. Tomislav Špehar is 58 years old and lives in Rijeka. He is a professional cook, who had to leave the kitchen because of illness and retired in 1999. Since then, he
Nenad Medić is one of those people who are lucky enough to do what they love for a living, and don’t have to separate between work and leisure time, profession and hobby… This is the second story from the series “Reasons to love railways”., sent by
The Croatian Railway Museum was founded in 1991, as a specialized technical museum of national significance, which has been following the beginnings and the development of the railway system in Croatia since 1860, when the first railway line was constructed, until today. Speaking in numbers,
This was my day to visit the Croatian School Museum (Hrvatski školski muzej) in Zagreb. I had been there before, but as they announced a great delegation on one of the first Fun Museums presentations, I decided to give them a particular attention. You certainly
I had an amazing opportunity to stay in a state-owned holiday center in Lapland, one of the 10 existing across all Finland, and the northernmost of all. These holiday centers were created to host school children and students who travel to meet their own country.
Several notable Finns became famous worldwide in diverse fields of study or work. One of them is Alvar Aalto, The Architect, and also a designer. I have already published a story of the exhibition about Jean Sibelius, another man who shaped the contemporary Finnish culture.
My last post highlighted an interesting detail from the SIIDA – Sami Culture Museum – a traditional fishing boat with a giant salmon on it. Although the large part of discovery in the Lapland region occurs outside museums, here you can learn more about things