Update, 29 March 2024
Hi. We are thrilled to share that Batch No. 4 is in production! We've reworked the box internals to solve our supply chain issues and the shop is now open again.

Get in touch

If you have any questions please just ask: info@museuminabox.org. You could also join our TinyLetter mailing list or follow us on Mastodon. (We are still on Twitter and Instagram)


I really truly do not understand why every museum doesn't have one, because it's just so simple, and yet, it does this amazing job, and you can use it with every audience I can think of that would come into a museum.

John Murray, Jewish Museum London


Without a doubt, the final part of the Make Your Own process really surprised me, when children try what they've made for the first time. That is wonderful.

Susana Oubina, IES Castro Alobre (and Make Your Own pilot)


The Box is different because it addresses access needs, and it's not written information. Literacy, digital literacy, cost barriers, living in marginal communities... the Box overcomes them.

Dr. Laura Gibson - King's College London


When [We Shall Overcome] came on she just started singing along with it and just... it was really powerful to see a strong memory triggered. That also brought out other people's stories of war and family. People who don't usually talk began talking.

Susan Dyar, Monroe County History Center

Delivery Notes

We are now offering our Batch No. 4, which contains 100 Boxes, 401-500.

Our goal is to send out kits within 3-4 weeks of your order being placed. We make each Box by hand once they're paid for, and we will send you tracking info once we've sent your order on its way.

We may need to contact you for further customs-related information, and we're still figuring out how Brexit has made everything more difficult for us and all our small business peers.

If you need an urgent order, we warmly encourage you to get in touch before you place your order so we can check if we can meet your deadline, and avoid disappointment.

Please drop us a line if you have questions: info@museuminabox.org.

Returns & Refurbishment

We do not offer refunds because we stand by our stock. If a Box doesn't perform as it should, it can be exchanged for one that does.

If you don't want your Box anymore, please don't throw it away. Consider returning it to us so we can refurbish it and put it back into the network. Or, if there's a somewhere you'd like to donate it to, please let us know so we can help.