Network of museums in the Baltic is a network between professional museums, following the ICOM standards, dealing with issues concerning Baltic culture and history.

The aim is to strengthen the cooperation on an institutional level so that the museums in the network can take on common projects for the benefit of all.

MUSEUMS IN THE NETWORK - click the link to see the full list. 



SI Baltic Sea Gotlands Museum from Swedish Institute on Vimeo.

The network is a long-term cooperative relationship between museums promoting the Baltic region that is so rich in cultural and historical sites, artifacts, pieces of art and stories. In this sense the museums can develop into powerful tools promoting and developing a joint Baltic "wedentity".

The network supports each other in museum matters such as producing exhibitions, developing visitors’ sites, management, increased cultural tourism, pedagogical programs, life-long learning, analyzing artifacts, preservation queries etc.

Museums in the network can take on common projects i bi- or multilateral constellations. At the moment a flagship-project is being worked out thanks to funding from the Swedish Institute. Read more!

The Baltic Sea has served as a natural resource and transport route for thousands of years, connecting people and cultures. We share a long history binding the countries and people in the region together. Today the Baltic Sea Region faces challenges developing communication, common cultural attractiveness, sustainable growth etc. For this reason it is urgent that museums in the Baltic Rim establish closer cooperative relationships for a professional exchange of knowledge and experience making the culture and the common heritage visible and promoted.





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Joining the Network as Museum

Do you want to join the network as a museum? Then you should feel very welcome!

Before doing so, please read The Operational Guidelines carefully.

Then contact network-manager Agnieszka Draczkowska at


Baltmus Annual Network Meeting in Ystad (October 2019) CANCELLED

Due to little interest in the Baltmus Annual Network Meeting in Ystad (2-4th October 2019), together with the Ystad Abbey Museum we decided to cancel the conference. Both the conference and the board meeting will be rescheduled. We'll inform about new conference dates soon. 

European Year of Cultural heritage 2018

Council and European Parliament have decided establishing a European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018. 

Cultural heritage encompasses resources from the past in a variety of forms and aspects.

The aim of this initiative is to raise awareness of European history and values and to strengthen a sense of European identity. At the same time, it draws attention to the opportunities offered by our cultural heritage, but also to the challenges it faces. 

2017 International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development

The United Nation has designated 2017 as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.

This is a unique opportunity to raise awareness of the contribution of sustainable tourism to development among public and private sector decision-makers and the public, while mobilizing all stakeholders to work together in making tourism a catalyst for positive change. The museums are very imoprtant actors in this respect!

Europa Nostra to Estonian Open Air Museum!




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