By / June 4, 2020

Figure 11 − Use of the internet for purposes related to cultural heritage

Use of the internet for purposes related to cultural heritage (%)

Use of the internet for purposes related to cultural heritage (%)

Figure 11 is based on a special Eurobarometer survey carried out at the end of 2017 in preparation for the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage. It shows uses of the internet for purposes related to cultural heritage. The survey enquired about habits such as looking up information, checking the accessibility of facilities, checking the main features of a heritage site or event, buying an entrance ticket, deepening knowledge after a visit, giving an opinion about a site, and sharing self-created content related to a visit.
Overall, more than half of the respondents used the internet for purposes related to cultural heritage. More than 30 % looked for information about a cultural heritage site or event. Slightly less than 25 % bought tickets online and less than 20 % looked for further information after the visit. Only very few shared their experience by posting an opinion or by sharing content related to the site visited or event attended.


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