Welcome to Network-Museums.com!
Your museum may be struggling with how to conserve an item or how to stage a re-enactment event or any one of the hundreds of
issues that come up in the operation of a museum. Network Museums is the place to get the answers. It brings museum staff,
volunteers and students together to solve your problems and provides additional resources to make your museum successful.
Network Museums has a Classified section where your museum
can place an ad for free. Sell unwanted items, trade
items or if you want to just get rid of something, you can give it away free to another museum. Have a job opening at your
museum? Put it in the classified where museum professionals in the US and around the world can see it. Want to advertise your business to
museums? Place a classified ad for only $10 per month.
The Network Museums Tips & Tricks section includes a variety of helpful hints for
museums. Exhibit design ideas, marketing
ideas and DIY projects designed to save you money and help your museum reach its best potential are continually posted to this
section. You can also pass along to other museums an idea that has worked for you in the Tips & Tricks section.
The Network Museums Interviews section includes interviews with museum
professionals and people involved in the
museum field. In these interviews, they will share their insight and knowledge with you that you can not get anyplace
else. Our first interview with Don Wildman, host of the Travel Channel's "Mysteries at the Museum," discussed his interest
in museums, the impact of his show on museums and his personal involvement with the museum industry. You can submit your own question for these upcoming guests.
Trying to keep up with the latest that is going on in the museum world and quarterly association newsletters aren't cutting it? Network
Museums has you covered with its News section. We continually search sources from around the
world for articles to help your museum grow
and keep track of events that may affect your museum. From holographic display cases to robotic tour guides, you will learn about it here.
Network Museums recognizes that state, regional and national associations are another way for museums to network together and
share ideas and information. Our Associations section list associations in your area that you may want to connect with to grow
Now, its time to take a tour of the website by clicking on the tabs above to see what we have to offer. We think that once
you look us over, you will agree that Network Museums is the museum website you have been looking for!
Signup For The Monthly Network Museums Newsletter
Network Museums has introduced a monthly newsletter! Lots of things are happening at Network-Museums.com and to help keep you up to date,
we are now publishing a monthly newsletter. Here's a little of what's new in August.
In Interviews - Learn about the nuances of living history and re-enacting through our exclusive interview with Con Trumbull and
Steven Dacus. They share their experiences to help you plan your own living history event!
In News - Take a look at this fascinating news article about a 19th century steamship buried in a Kansas cornfield!
Click on the following link to sign up for the newsletter. You can unsubscribe at anytime. (Your email address is not shared or sold to
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Conferences & Meetings
33rd Annual Small Museum Association Conference In College Park, MD
The Small Museum Association will be holding their annual conference on February 19 - 21, 2017 (Sunday - Tuesday) at the
Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in College Park, MD (New Location!). The conference theme is "All Hands on Deck". Registration
is now open! For more information click here.
Check out the Network Museums News page. Stories on:
- Museum Galleries So Incredible, It’s Hard to Believe They’re Gone
- The World’s 25 Most Instagrammed Museums
- How Wargaming Is Bringing WWII History To Life In Museums
- Six Free Google Tools for History-Based Nonprofits
- 12 Museums and Zoos Where You Can Spend the Night
- Twelve of the Most Bizarre Museums in the U.S.
- Plus more
Click here to go to the news.
Updated Job Listings and Internships in our Classified section.
Click here to see Classifieds
Network Musesums interviewed Con Trumbull and Steve Dacus who were the driving force
behind a major Civil War era reenactment held at the Fort Caspar Museum last summer. The event was the
largest reenactment ever held on the site and commemorated the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Platte Bridge.
Click here to read the interview.
How a Champagne-Laden Steamship Ended Up in a Kansas Cornfield
“You don’t have to go into the ocean to find a shipwreck,” says Kansas City explorer David Hawley. “They’re
buried in your own back yard.” Click here to read the full story.
Learn how to make an easy Fabric Display Case in our Tips and Tricks section.
Click here to see Tips and Tricks.