The museum is located in a place that I rarely or never visit. It gets lost among other more exciting local attractions
UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport. Centres for Social Change: Museums, Galleries and Archives for All. May 2000. [here]
I don’t have access to technologies like smartphones, computers or the Internet, so I get a second-rate experience
Without a fixed address I can’t register for museum membership. I don’t have my own Internet connection, so I can’t say when I’ll have access to digital services
I feel uncomfortable in crowded venues and social situations. I avoid overtly challenging or provocative experiences
I am isolated from society. The museum is far away from me, or doesn’t seem to want my contribution
It is a daily struggle to pay for the bare necessities: how can I afford to visit the museum?
I didn’t have the same access to education that others did. The museum is designed for well-educated visitors: I’ll make a fool of myself