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Museum Tourism: A Comparative Study on the Royal Museum of Greenwich and the Ironbridge Gorge Museum

Ahmad Zuned ()

A chapter in Innovative Approaches to Tourism and Leisure, 2018, pp 67-87 from Springer

Abstract: Abstract Museum provides us experiences, ideas, and satisfaction from the authentic objects of nature, science, history, and the arts. With records of extensive historical items and collections, museum accolades the outstanding universal value and indeed enhances the tourism prospects. This research endeavoured to address the objectives by exploring the perceptions of stakeholders involved in this respect to find a better way forward for museum management strategies and planning perspectives. This was done through a questionnaire survey and interviews with the museums officials. Having carried out this research and carefully assessing the contents of it, it can be safely stated that a dynamic and effective management strategy that reflects visitors’ perceptions in practice will only purifies the heritage museums from its negative impacts of tourism and will lead towards the reward.

Keywords: Musuems; Heritage museum; Mueusm visitors; Museum management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-67603-6_5

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