Tag Archives: Museum of Broken Relationships

MuseumABC – F to J

September 24, 2013


In case you missed the new yesterday, things are a bit different on Museum Diary this week. I’m sharing my A to Z choices for the MuseumABC project, which we’re running over at Museum140 for Social Media week. There’s more info on the project itself, and how you can get involved, on the Museum140 website. Here is my selection for the letters F to J: F is for…Fluorite At the Museo di Scienze Naturali in Turin, Italy G is for…Ghibli The amazing Ghibli Museum in Tokyo, […]

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Jenni’s Museum Awards 2011 (Part 1)

January 9, 2012


After visiting all those museums last year, I thought I would do a kind of ‘Museum Awards’ to pick out some of the highlights. Best Food No question, the award for best food experience has to go to the National Library of Scotland, simply for their selection of gluten free cakes! No, they’re not made fresh in house, they are pre-packaged from a gluten free range, but at least they recognise that they have customers with a need for this and they have three or […]

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52 Museums in 52 Weeks

January 4, 2012


52 Museums in 52 Weeks

This time last year I had the idea that, as a challenge for the year, I would try to visit 52 museums in 52 weeks. However, with #MuseumBaby to look after I didn’t know how feasible this project was or whether I’d just end up being one of those mums who visits the National Museum of Scotland every other day because it’s free and it’s raining again outside. Turns out, a bit of both as the case was. But, either way, I didn’t tell anyone […]

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{Croatia} The Museum of Broken Relationships

September 15, 2011

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Travelling with a baby is always tiring, so with a very full conference schedule ahead of me I was going to have a restful first evening in Zagreb before #CECA2011 kicked off. Then I discovered that the much talked about Museum of Broken Relationships was open until 10:30pm! Winner of the Kenneth Hudson Award 2011 for most innovative museum in Europe, the museum is “a unique emotional journey around the world through hundreds of breakups”. The idea for the museum started out as an art project […]

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