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American art museums largely rely on donations not sales

5th February 2015 15:39

According to a recent survey of 220 museums within the Association of Art Museum Directors - which examined the footfall and financial data of North America, Mexico and Canada’s museums - museums could not operate solely on income from sales within… Read more...

Average American spends just $8 when visiting an Art Museum

2nd February 2015 13:07

A recent survey of 236 members of the Association of Art Museum Directors in the United States has provided an insight into the ecosystem of North America’s museums. According to the report entitled: “Art Museums by the Numbers 2014”, of… Read more...

Survey discovers which aspects of the Christmas story Americans believe

19th December 2014 16:00

A recent survey, which explored to what extent US adults believe the Christmas story, has found that majority believe the Christmas story is historically accurate. The findings uncovered that of the adult respondents, 81 per cent believed that baby Jesus… Read more...

The Bible is humanity’s most valuable book, survey shows

18th November 2014 10:15

A recent survey by YouGov, has shown that both The Bible and Darwin’s On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection are humanity’s most valuable books. The survey asked 2,044 adults, in Britain, to vote for the book with most value to the world.… Read more...

Survey Outs England’s Most and Least Popular Tourist Attractions

7th October 2014 11:02

A recent VisitEngland survey has outed England’s most and least popular tourist attractions of 2013. The study, which included 1,279 of the nation’s attractions, discovered that, with 6,701,036 visitors in 2013 alone, the British Museum was the… Read more...

London Most Expensive City for Cultural Activities, Research Shows

8th September 2014 10:41

According to research conducted by Post Office Travel Money, London is the most expensive city in Europe for cultural activities. England’s capital surpassed 11 of Europe’s major cities despite offering free entry to some of its museums and art… Read more...

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