Tree thumbnailVisitors enjoy outdoor sites because of their high level of engagement, interactive activities and their perceived authenticity.

Due to their growing popularity an evaluation of visitor motivations, outcomes, and interpretation’s relationship to these proved necessary.

This research study addresses these concerns and can be used to improve interpretation and visitor services at outdoor sites and living history museums.

The report compiles best practices with recommendations organizations can implement. The report summarizes the three phases of the project and provides findings related to visitor and site demographics.

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