Museums preserve heritage for future generations, promote lifelong learning, provide equal access to culture, and spread the values on which humanity is based. Their function in terms of social inclusion is also vital to help keep societies together, and they play a major role in both the creative and tourism industries. -UNISCO
Museums were founded in the past for reserving and sharing historical and cultural objects. They're also considered as educational institutions and repositories of knowledge. But nowadays the more museums use their public space for other purposes, the more this atmosphere would be dynamic and create new revenue streams for the museums. This is because one of the main challenges museums face is increased competition from other cultural and entertainment options, which have made it more difficult to remain financially viable. At the same time, the museum experience has remained relatively unchanged over the years, with traditional exhibitions and displays that may not fully engage and inspire visitors.