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views. Visitors are, therefore, invited to discover and reinterpret these old and ever new objects.
This exhibition arises from the need the museum had to create a more effective way of communicating with its audiences, especially the non-visitor groups (young adults and seniors). After a research study, the Portuguese EMEE team concluded that it was necessary to reformulate one of the museum entrances, making it more appealing to visitors and allowing a greater openness of the museum.
Therefore, the museum has gone from an outdated museologi- cal paradigm, in which the objective was to create mystery and reveal little of the collections, to a new vision that invites to a visit and partici- pation. Thus, it was possible to take advantage of the binomial building- collections, allowing all visitors a  rst pleasant and inviting visual read- ing, in addition to being an exhibition under one of the main ideas of the project: ‘One object, many visions', it’s also 'One museum, many visions'.
8. Objectives
The main objectives are:
— To allow visitors to create their readings on the objects’ function, start-
ing from the association of ideas between objects of the past and
objects of the present;
— To provide new perspectives and ways of getting to know our Heritage;
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