Association of European Open Air Museums (AEOM)
Association des musées de plein air européens
Verband Europäischer Freilichtmuseen
1966-04-26 Bokrijk Belgium
26 Apr 1966, Bokrijk (Belgium), when a first meeting of 12 open air professionals was held. The initial working group was transformed into an association at the constituent assembly, 1972, Helsinki (Finland).
Exchange scientific, technical, practical and organizational experience relative to open air museums; promote the activities of open air museums in general, such museums being defined as scientific collections in the open air of various types of structures, which, as constructional and functional entities, illustrate settlement patterns, dwellings, economy, and technology.
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Assembly (every 2 years). Board, consisting of President, Vice-President and 5 additional members (all from different countries).
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