" It will be Italy "wanted to facilitate visitors in the emergence of a sense of immersion in the past based on a setting historically faithful and a range of information and opportunities for interaction additional.
The answers given by the respondents did emerge as the 'aesthetics of the reconstruction has been a high level of consensus: it has in fact been greatly appreciated by 91% of 85 visitors who have been asked this question.
The reconstruction was also able to elicit some sort of emotional, as suggested by the percentage of visitors who said they felt a sense of awe and wonder once you enter the Hall of the Senate (26% "somewhat" and 69% among "very "and" very much ").
A true immersion experience in the past has been lived instead by a lower percentage - but still substantial-visitors: 35% of respondents said they have experienced "a lot" the feeling of being in the Risorgimento period, 12% "very much "and 31%" fairly ". For almost all of the respondents (97%), the visit of the exhibition, however, deserves to be remembered in the future.
The vast majority of respondents said they had enriched their knowledge of history following the visit of the exhibition, who gave a negative response has specified to "know enough" or "to have spent little time in the classroom" attributing therefore a limited level of learning to their prior knowledge or agenda visit. The quality of the audiovisual and documentation is not however never been cited as a factor that has discouraged any desire for deeper investigation.
The activities carried out mostly from the perspective of visitors surveyed were, in order: to observe the classroom (100%), pay attention to the audiovisual (92%), recreating the seats sit on the seats of the senators (79%), manipulate objects on the benches (69%), consult records of detail (60%), the guide to visit (53%) and the documentation on the central tables (45%). Overall, therefore emerges as the areas of activities have been carried out more frequently, in order: observation - performance of physical activities / manipulative - reading activities. This tendency - albeit with lower rates-has also been observed during the investigation observant .
The conversation established at the time of the interview and the free comments left by respondents highlighted how some individuals (7% of respondents who visited the exhibition on the day of the survey) are not sitting on the seats or have not manipulated objects because they do not aware of this possibility, a figure which has to be taken into account for future productions.
The adjective most frequently selected by respondents to describe the experience in the exhibition was "instructive" (68%), followed by "charming" (49%) and "pleasant" (38%).
Finally it can be concluded by saying how visitors have widely appreciated "Italy will be" 94% of respondents said they were satisfied in fact, with a percentage of "very satisfied" of 78%.