The Happy Museum Project looks at how the UK museum sector can respond to the challenges presented by the need for creating a more sustainable future.

Our proposition is that museums are well placed to play an active part, but that grasping the opportunity will require  reimagining some key aspects of their role, both in terms of the kinds of experience they provide to their visitors and the way they relate to their collections, to their communities and to the pressing issues of the day.



HAPPY MUSEUM SYMPOSIUM MATERIALS: Click HERE for the report, “Happy Museum Project Symposium 2014: inspiration, connection and impact,” by Rupert Widdicombe as well as other materials connected to the third annual Happy Museum Symposium including a podcast, Storify of Tweets, attendees blogs, a special report by Tony Butler, videos, and photographs. 


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The Happy Museum Project is pleased to announce the publication of our first major…

Learning and Evaluation Report!