ACCESSIBILITY AND ENJOYMENT OF CLASSIC THEATRES: THE MUSEALIZATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RUINS
Intervention on archaeological sites requires a multicriteria approach. One should not lose sight of the problem regarding what to conserve and why in favour of how to conserve. Furthermore, we have to consider that the initiatives of “accessibility and enjoyment of cultural heritage” are created in order to heighten the public’s satisfaction in visiting cultural heritage sites. In this context, the Cultural Accessibility must be interpreted as the amount of information that the public could receive from cultural heritage. A number of possible communication strategies of archaeology will be set out and applied to the case of classical theatres.