Not a “Coke and Chips” holiday: Museums in Danish coastal tourism

Barbora Gulisova, Lulu Anne Hansen

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Abstract

This chapter, from a historical anthropological perspective, discusses the role of heritage museums in Danish coastal tourism. It is argued that the museum experience is highly contextual making it neces- sary to understand how place specific heritage interacts with tourist holiday motivations and museums understanding of their role as heritage suppliers. The interplay of these factors must be understood to create better bonds between museums and visitors especially in a tourism context. In order to do this, new questions must be asked, and research should move away from binary understandings of demand and supply.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAnthropological approaches to understanding consumption patterns and consumer behavior
EditorsValentina Chkoniya, Ana Oliveira Madsen, Paata Bukhrashvili
PublisherIGI global
Publication dateApr 2020
Pages210-228
Chapter12
ISBN (Print)9781799831150, 1799831159, 9781799831167
ISBN (Electronic)9781799831174
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2020

Keywords

  • heritage museums
  • coastal tourism
  • cultural tourism
  • heritage tourism

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