EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH, vol.19, pp.154-155, 2018 (Scopus)
The volume has made quite an impression on me regarding its solid theoretical base and lively depictions of museum spaces with examples taken from various countries. Each chapter gives a fresh voice to the debate by presenting a different theoretical perspective on institutional, personal and/or practical aspects of visitor/ visiting experience. While answering a lot about visitor experience, the volume plants new questions and new ideas for further research in the minds of readers. However, a drawback would be lack of an afterword which would provide an integrating ground for such a comprehensive volume. Regarding its scope and depth, this volume can be suggested as a textbook for graduate students and researchers interested in culture, tourism and leisure. I also believe that readers who are not necessarily involved in a related study area but enjoy reflexive thinking about experiencing social life will find the volume interesting as it sets to explore meaning of experience asa visitor.