Some places in our world are more educational than the museum. However, where else can we expect to see so many pieces of real history that tell so many stories about our ancestors? From prehistoric spears to Egyptian mummies, from ancient Greek sculptures to medieval coaches, and from the first radio to the first planes used in the war in World War I, museums have it all. There are millions of people who have direct access to museums that they have never seen.
There are many possible reasons for this – maybe they think they’ll just get bored looking at old things, or maybe they don’t realize how different the world was in the past and see no reason to be interested. There is no reason to take advantage of the incredible amount of solid knowledge offered by the Museum, and regardless of age, Museum Day is the time to invest in education in its most interesting form.
Many may ask why they would invest in something like Museum Day when modern technology can give them all the answers they need. Well, to answer this, you need a little Google Search.
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Nowadays, if you need to find an answer to something, you can definitely just look online and fix it? Well, yes, but what you need to realize is that the answer you get is probably wrong.
A 2016 study that you find online about how many historical facts were true has yielded some surprising results. As of November 2016, more than 48% of all historical facts available online appear to be false or inaccurate. So, keeping in mind that you want to set your festival somewhere else.
The fact is, education is important, so get excited for yourself and your youth on Museum Day. However, when children fill their heads with nonsense, you can fill your children with the goodness of knowledge.
When was Museum Day created?
When was Museum Day created?
The International Museum Council established International Museum Day in 1977. The organization chooses a different theme for the day and organizes its points each year. Some topics include globalization, indigenous peoples, bridging cultural gaps, and caring for the environment.
Every year since 1977, museums around the world have been invited to participate in this day to promote the role of museums around the world by organizing fun and free activities around the theme of the year.
International Museum Day has become more popular since its information, while 20,000 museums from more than 90 countries attended the International Museum Day 2009. In 2012, the number of museums participating was 30,000 in 129 countries.
As the years have passed, we have been encouraged to live in a society where technology seems to want to take over, something that is now considered cool has come to be the most targeted population ever.
While the number of participants was slowly rising almost a decade ago, in the last five years, the number has been growing even faster. When we look at it, we can ask ourselves why, and the truth is very simple, history is now something that has a good status.
Yes, we can live in a technology-driven society, but it seems that the more technology dominates the world, the more people are attracted to the things that connect them to a world that they are afraid of losing.
Today, museums around the world attract more visitors than ever before, and even more so, now more people study history to a degree than at any other place in history.
Now, it’s possible that this is just a point where the geek is chic, and the students want to look more cultural and in touch with the world, but if we stop even for a moment, isn’t it possible that Museum Day Ho once again played a small role in making the whole new generation love history?
In fact, it can be both, but one thing we should keep in mind is that although it may not be as popular as some days, Museum Day is something that should be given more importance.
The more we move forward, the more we stay behind, and with all the things that have been behind us, we need something that can help us remember where we were, so we can move our journey more confidently.