Introduction The Changing Idea of a Museum

  • Kenneth Hudson


‘A museum’, says the International Council of Museums, ‘is a permanent establishment administered in the public interest, with a view to conserve, study, exploit by various means and, basically, to exhibit, for the pleasure and education of the public, objects of cultural value.’


Eighteenth Century Social History British Museum Science Museum Permanent Establishment 
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© Kenneth Hudson 1975

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  • Kenneth Hudson

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