New Museums 2023

Have you watched the movie “Night in a Museum?” Did you like it? Well, most have. For those who are yet to watch the same, “you are surely living under some rock,” just kidding!” Well, if you are a history geek, then surely museums are your place to be. They are a whole vibe, covering notables from the past. However, with time the number of discoveries from the planet’s core is rising. Now we are heading to a point where no place is available to store the same. And that is when authorities started to arrange grants for museums 2023

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Museums help us get close to the past

So for the curious minds, here is a list of new museums 2023 – The top 10, best of the rest. Continue reading to know more. 

Manchester Museum

The 130 years old museum has a modern outlook with the past as a base. Proudly, it stands as one of the most humongous university museums in the rest of the UK.  Alfred Warehouse, who was an architect by profession did, design the actual building back in between 1830 to 1905. And it was home to 4.5 million objects from human resources and animal science. 

“Hello future” is the name given to the particular project, and it took £15 million for the people to transform the museum. Because the neo-gothic architectural building was already well furnished, developers had to be careful about the construction work they made. They had to relocate 18,000 objects and reuse many. Among the notable galleries, you will find a hint of co-designing and co-curation, with segregations like groups, artists, charities, writers, etc. 

Country: the United Kingdom
Date of Completion: February 2023

The Istanbul Museum of Modern Art

The place came into existence in 2004 and is the first of its kind, the Museum of Modern Art in Turkey. Its main aim is to collect, store, display, and maintain documents from the past over a wide genre. The list includes design, art, photography, new media, architecture, and cinema.   

Since its launch, the place has organized seven collection exhibitions with the theme of the “transformation and evolution” of Modern Art in Turkey. A chronological order is maintained while exhibiting. So this place provided an easy explanation of the evolution of dynamics in modern art and different geographical locations. The museum at present has been moved to a temporary place in Beyoğlu. It will continue its journey in the same place until the existing place in Karaköy is completed. 

Country: Turkey
Date of Completion: Sometime in 2023

Buffalo AKG Art Museum

Undergoing a transformation project, the Buffalo AKG Art Museum plans to reopen on the 25th of May, 2023. The Gilbane Building Company takes over the present-day project. So far, they have completed the steel frame of the Jeffrey E. Gundlach Building and, at present, focus on the interiors and enclosures.

The gallery space is estimated to increase by 30,000 with the new expansion project. Also, the museum will have a sky bridge named “John J Albright Bridge.” This addition will serve as a connection between the Building of Gundlach and the rest of the Wilmers buildings. A whopping amount of $230 million has possibly been invested in the same.

Country: USA
Date of Completion: 25th May 2022

The Museum of Art and Photography

The place’s architectural framework offers a sense of openness and echo functionality. Divided into five different galleries, the place includes an auditorium, art galleries, a learning center, a research library, and a cafe on the terrace.

One of the leading architects of India, Soumitro Ghosh, has taken over the design part. And the same does focus on accessibility over everything else. Apart from the regular visitors, those with a disability can enjoy this place’s aura with ease.

Country: India
Date of Completion: in 2023

The Museum of Modern Art

Made by the people, the team, the public, and the artists, the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland, comes fifth in the list. Thomas Phifer & Partners did secret the same. Spread over a massive area of 20,000 sq meters, the construction of the four-story building dates back to 2019.

The plan will include an auditorium, a theatre, educational facilities, a museum store, and a cafe. The makers also come with the thought process of treating art as a communicative channel. And they do plan for the place to help the human race with critical thinking, learning of social responsibility, reality, and important dialogues.

Country: Poland Warsaw
Date of Completion: in 2023

Grand Egyptian Museum

The museum plans to host around 100,000 artifacts, among which 4549 are from the tomb of the great Tutankhamun. Able to welcome about 15000 guests per day, the construction journey of the museum dates back to 2002.

Situated at a distance from the prime Pyramids of Giza and Cairo, the Museum makes it easy for visitors to transport. Among the list of all important artifacts bought to the place, the old statue of Ramses II made it to the building back in 2006. So far, the museum project is anticipated to cost around $1 billion (US).

Country: Giza, Egypt
Date of Completion: in 2023

La Maison Gainsbourg

After many years of anticipation, La Maison Gainsbourg is all set to open its door to the public. The particular is the house of Serge Gainsbourg, a legendary musician from France. On a visit, people will indulge in the experience of a bookstore and a museum. Along with that, they will also get to experience a hybrid space called Le Gainsbarre. It is a cafe during the day and a piano bar during the night. 

Adding more to the same, visitors will be able to experience 30 minutes of soulful music before they start to indulge in the life experience of Serge Gainsbourg. Knowing more about his career, work, and journey as a musician. After your visit, you can use the ticket to access unpublished content related to the place.

Country: Paris, France
Date of Completion: in 2023  

The Robot & AI Museum

For the first time, the world will indulge in the experience of the most revolutionary technology in the globe, AI. Spread across a space of 7400 sq meters, the museum is anticipated to use robotics as the prime labor force besides the human subsidiaries.

The neighborhood of Chang Dong has been selected for the entire project to come into being. It has an egg-shaped exterior, which the robots take care of. From assembling to welding and polishing, they are doing it all. Further, the place is scheduled to showcase exhibitions covering all modern technology, inclusive of virtual reality and holograms.

Country: Seoul
Date of Completion: in 2023

The Cold War Museum Skørping

The Museum is a piece of art in itself and tries to convey the best stories from the history of Denmark. Situated in the deep forests of Northern Denmark, the museum offers a detailed overview of the Cold War bunker built back in the 1960s. The main purpose of the settlement was to safeguard the then monarch and the government from nuclear war. A 5500 sq ft bunker stands as the ultimate point of focus.

The place does try to offer a comprehensive overview of the Cold War through its seven sections of exhibitions. But unlike the other museums, which are concrete spaces, this particular one is situated among the woods, and people visiting can weave their own experience.

Country: Denmark
Date of Completion: 13th of February 2023


In June 2018, around 2.3 million visitors set their feet within the Odaiba museum of TeamLab in Tokyo, setting the project for a massive hit. However, the same did get closed on the 31st of August 2022, making the world wait for such wonders until recommencement.

The most Instagram-friendly museum till today, the particular one is borderless in the true sense. There are immense art installations waiting for you to indulge in every corner of the room. People visiting will get to set foot in the world of digital art, which is completely borderless. The museum at present is getting relocated and is closed to the general public.

Country: Azabudai Hills Tokyo, Japan
Date of Completion: in 2023

American Alliance of Museums 2023 conference

Since 1906 the American Alliance of Museums has been contributing to aligning museums across the globe. It is the only organization taking care of the museum field, science centers, various art forms, and zoos. The organization has a clear vision of a just and informed world, with museums thoroughly contributing towards the betterment of the same.

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The members of the AAM meet every year

So far, it has been able to create an alliance of 35,000 museums and professionals with the sole purpose of community betterment. The organization does have four priorities on the focus, and those are listed below:

  • Impact on community and society
  • Anti-Racism and DEAI
  • The Museum Community
  • The way of work

American Alliance of Museums 2023 conference

Like every year, the AAM2023 is also planned for the best. Here is a full list of what you can expect from the same.

Pre-conference: Museums 2023

Thursday, May 18: Experiential Workshops

  • Registration Open: 7:00 am–5:00 pm
  • Pre-conference programming and meeting: 9:00 am–5:00 pm
  • Experiential Workshops: 9:00 am–5:00 pm

Friday, May 19th: Networking Event

  • Registration Open: 7:00 am–5:00 pm
  • MuseumExpo Open:10:30 am–5:00 pm
  • Opening Session (general) & Keynote: 9:00 am–10:30 am
  • MuseumExpo: 10:30 am–11:30 am
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 11:30 am–12:30 pm
  • MuseumExpo, Poster Talks, Solutions Center, NeighborHubs: 12:30 pm–2:00 pm
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 2:00 pm–3:00 pm
  • Poster Talks, MuseumExpo, NeighborHubs, Solutions Center: 3:15 pm–4:30 pm
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 4:30 pm–5:30 pm
  • Networking Event: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm

Saturday, May 20th: Happy Hour Museum Expo

  • Registration Open: 7:00 am–5:00 pm
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 8:00 am–9:00 am
  • MuseumExpo Open: 9:00 am–5:30 pm
  • MuseumExpo: 9:00 am–10:00 am
  • Keynote: 10:00 am–11:00 am
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 11:15 am–12:15 pm
    MuseumExpo, Poster Talks, Solutions Center, NeighborHubs: 12:15 pm–2:00 pm
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 2:00 pm–3:00 pm
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 3:15 pm–4:15 pm
  • MuseumExpo Closing Happy Hour, Poster Talks, Solutions Center, NeighborHubs: 4:15 pm–5:30 pm

Sunday, May 21st: AAM Party

  • Registration Open: 7:00 am–5:00 pm
  • Concurrent Roundtables and Sessions: 7:30 am–8:30 am
  • Concurrent Workshops: 8:40 am–10:10 am
  • Concurrent Workshops: 10:20 am–11:50 am
  • Lunch Break: 11:50 am–1:20 pm
  • Concurrent Workshops: 1:20 pm–2:50 pm
  • Concurrent Workshops: 3:00 pm–4:30 pm
  • AAM Party: 7:00 pm–10:00 pm

Post Conference: Museums 2023

Monday, 22nd May: Farewell

  • Post-conference meetings and programming: 9:00 am–2:00 pm
  • Experiential Workshops: 9:00 am–2:00 pm

When looking back, there is no end to the story. And museums do justice to the same, helping people relive the past. Also, it is a journey one gets to unfold and be a part of. Further, serving at its best is the American Alliance of Museums, offering the world and its people more reasons to reminisce about the past with the memories still intact.

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