How many of us were bored in a museum at least once in their lifetime? There is a problem with museums if these are not related to our lives. The museum is not an archive whose role is collecting and preserving the heritage. The museum should communicate as well this heritage, establish a clear connection between the past and the present, the society and individuals, and let people benefit from it. Just as in formal education, it is not enough to give knowledge, but make the experience of knowing things.

As Mihály Csikszentmihályi said, it’s a never-ending process of experimenting new and deeper levels of understanding:

“If you are interested in something you will focus on it, and if you focus attention on anything, it is likely that you will become interested in it.”

The facilities within the museum have been selected to support flow experience and encourage revisits both online and offline. The museum’s theme is approached from various aspects that require multiple engagement levels to increase the chance that every visitor finds something for themselves while the facilities overall create a comprehensive experience.