Science museums are often built in an area that has little to no public space, which makes them difficult to navigate and organize, according to a new study.
The study, conducted by the New York University School of Design, found that museum-goers are more likely to visit a museum in a building that lacks public space because it is a more “public space-based experience.”
The study also found that visitors who visit museums in the most “public” spaces are the most likely to choose museums that have open spaces.
Researchers found that people who visit a science center or museum in their home or in a hotel room are most likely in a place that has a lot of public space.
And, of course, they are also more likely than those who go to museums in their car to visit museums and open spaces in the suburbs.
The researchers also found more people who visited museums in Manhattan are more than twice as likely to have been to a science conference or conference that was hosted in the city.
The results were published in the journal PLOS ONE.
The findings, which were based on the study of 1,500 people who traveled to four different science museums in six different cities, are not surprising, said Dr. Jennifer McDonough, a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who was not involved in the research.
She said she would love to see a similar study with more museums in different locations.
“It would be interesting to know what the impact is of having a place like a science park in your home, if you are a museum visitor,” McDonight said.
“The answer to that is there is no impact whatsoever, in terms of people going to museums or open spaces.”
The study also showed that people are more interested in visiting a science exhibit if they are inside.
But the most popular exhibits are the ones in the main building, where visitors can get a first-hand look at the scientific world.
“We don’t know why they are the best,” McElhough said.
“Maybe it is the fact that the people who go there are also the people most likely who are going to visit other museums.”
She also said it’s hard to determine how much impact a museum might have on visitors.
The study, she said, did not take into account the impact a space might have in a community or if the museum was a place where people congregate.
It’s also not clear if people who spend time in museums also visit other parts of the city or whether they are more focused on the scientific side of things.
McDonough said that research is needed to better understand the effects of museums on tourism, which has grown in recent years.
“People want to go see a museum, but they also want to see the scientific museum as well,” she said.
If you’re a museum goer and want to explore how museums work, this study is an excellent resource, she added.
McElhight said she hopes this research helps to make science museums a more desirable place to visit.
“I think the best thing is that it helps us understand that museums are important and that we need to get people out of their car and into the museum and into these open spaces,” she added.
“If they are going in there to explore science, they want to feel like they are part of the scientific community.”