Leni Marpelina, Rahmat Fajar Asrofin


Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikanmuseum virtual yang saatini berkembang di Indonesia, baik berupa ruang perlombaan, ruang diskusi, ruangpertunjukan maupun wisata museum virtual. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah deskripsi kualitatif dengan pendekatan eksplorasi. Pengumpulan data menggunakan studi literatur dengan menelusuri berbagai laporan, publikasi jurnal, dan situs web. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa  pandemi covid telah mengakibatkan  sebagian besar museum diseluruh dunia ditutup untuk sementara bahkan secara permanen. Penutupan museum tersebut berakibat pada penurunan jumlah pengunjung dan penutupan museum, kendala pada pemeliharaan museum, dan peningkatan layanan digital museum.Dampak lain adalah kerugian finansial secara besar-besaran pada periode covid 19.Agar tetap bertahan, maka hampir seluruh museum mempromosikan museum virtual.Museum virtual dalam segala bentuknya, telah membuka pintu bagi pengunjung yang dapat mengunjungi museum tanpa mengenal batas ruang dan waktu.


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