With the remarkable variety of cultural heritage across Europe, the onset of globalisation offers significant opportunities for economic growth. A large part of that heritage is represented in the collections of European museums, which draw tourists from across Europe and around the world. The huge influx of tourists that museums attract is one of their most important contributions to local economies, and is becoming a growing industry in Europe at large.
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NEMO Spoke about Museum Entry Fee Models at the Future for Religious Heritage Conference News | Cultural Tourism | Intercultural Dialogue | Urban Development | NEMO activities
On 11 October 2018, NEMO was invited to speak about entry fee models of museums at the Future for Religious Heritage conference in Paris, France.
Apply for the EYCH 2018 Label and Present your Initiative at NEMO’s Annual Conference News | Cultural Tourism | Museums as Social Agents | Projects & Calls | Intercultural Dialogue | NEMO activities
Six projects rewarded with the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 label by NEMO will be selected to present their initiatives at NEMO’s 26th Annual Conference “Museums out of the Box! The crossover impact of museums”, which...
12 Best Practices of Cultural Heritage Innovating Audience Development News | Urban Development | Cultural Tourism | Museums as Social Agents | Museum Management | Audience Development
In the course of the European Year of Cultural Heritage Economía Creativa has launched the research report "Cultural Heritage Innovative Audience Development".