‘Could you be a soldier?’-A visit to National Army Museum

P1230875As a history and museum lover, National Army Museum is a place you shouldn’t miss!

I haven’t written the reviews for a while since I’m mainly working on my dissertation currently. Last week, I finally had time to visit National Army Museum, which just reopened in March this year after the 3-year rebuilding programme. Continue reading “‘Could you be a soldier?’-A visit to National Army Museum”

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‘Could you be a soldier?’-A visit to National Army Museum

Maritiman Museum review (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Hi there! I haven’t posted for a while since  I got a part time job lately and took a short trip to Gothenburg, Sweden. I visited some museums and history heritages there and would like to share some experiences with you!P1230438

Maritiman, the first museum I went in Gothenburg. I would say, it is a must-see museum! The ticket price is 100 SEK (about £10, it totally worth) and the visit time was about 3 hours, even 2 of the vessels were closed that day. Continue reading “Maritiman Museum review (Gothenburg, Sweden)”

Maritiman Museum review (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Making museums experiential

The first time I realised how much do ‘experiences’ matter was in 2014, while travelling around Hokkaido, Japan.

 Abashiri prison, which located in Northern Hokkaido, was established there because of its geographical isolation. Now, it transferred from prison to museum where everyone can visit and explore mysterious prison world. In this museum, visitors can experience the prisoner’s daily life, the work they did in real costumes, and even eat the meals which they provided to prisoners. I spent a whole afternoon there and had lots of fun. Until now, I still remember every detail I saw, although I didn’t pay much attention to the explanation on the wall. Continue reading “Making museums experiential”

Making museums experiential