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How does a MuseumNext Unlimited Ticket work?

The MuseumNext Unlimited Ticket allows everyone in your organisation to attend one of our conferences for just £260 (which is roughly €300 / $320).

It’s the most popular ticket that we sell, with museums around the world using this as a low cost way to offer continued professional development to their staff.

How does it work?

When your organisation signs up for an Unlimited Ticket you’ll receive a link that allows your team to register for the event without the need for further payment.

You can simply share this link with your team via email or your intranet, and those who are interested can sign up. All information about how to attend the conference is then sent directly to that individual.

This makes it easy for everyone in your organisation to register without lots of admin.

Is there a limit to how many people can register?

There is no limit on how many people one organisation can register with an Unlimited Ticket, in fact we’d encourage you to offer the opportunity to every member of staff, volunteers and trustees.

We do ask that you only register people from your organisation on the ticket.

Can delegates watch recordings?

Those registering for our events on an Unlimited Tickets have full access to the livestream aswell as to recordings of the event for 12 months after broadcast.

This means that if your schedule or timezone makes watching live difficult, you can catch up in the weeks or months following the event.

We’re not a museum, can we go Unlimited?

Both Universities and Businesses use our Unlimited Tickets to make MuseumNext conferences accessible to their students and staff. You don’t need to be a Museum to buy an Unlimited Ticket.

Any other questions?

We’ve had universally positive feedback about the MuseumNext Unlimited Ticket. It’s a low cost way to offer continued professional development across your organisation, and on-demand access to the talks makes it easy to fit into busy schedules.

If you have a question that we haven’t answered above, please contact our Box Office on boxoffice (at)

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