The Museum shows the history of tourism in two different ways.
On the one hand, virtually, through its website, www.themuseumoftourism.org and its social networks. And, on the other hand, in its more conventional aspect, with physical venues.
The website centralises all the museum's information, which in turn moves through its social networks and physical rooms. There is information about what the Museum is, a blog with articles by our cooperators, who are the people in charge and collaborators, a window to the different rooms, and also sections that allow us to delve into the history of the sector, such as exhibitions, academic articles on the history of tourism, which lead us to discover different aspects of the past of the world of travel.
The Museum also has a series of social networks from which, on a daily basis, it disseminates information about what tourism was like in the past. Today, it has 17 language pages on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, Linkedn and YouTube. This means that we can address more than 4 billion people, more than half of the world's population, in their native language.
The Museum of Tourism is not only virtual. It also has its physical locations. This is the novel concept offered by this initiative: it is not located in a single place, but spreads around the world through tourist establishments such as hotels, travel agencies, museums, universities, tourist information offices, etc.
Each room is dedicated to a theme, which is always related to the tourist history of the destination in which it is located.