Is there a simple secret to a happier, more fulfilling life?
Do people agree on any key factors that lead to a happier way of being?
Imagine if there was a place where you could ask these questions, and explore some possible answers.
A place where you could just enjoy discovering ideas, or participate in a free workshop if you'd like to.
A space where you don't just think about happiness - but perhaps feel a bit happier too.
A place where you can have a bit of fun.
Well now there is. So make history, people. And flip the idea of museums on its head.
Visit the world's first ever Museum of Happiness as a pop-up - for three days only!
On a more serious side, depression is the number one cause of disability worldwide. Number one. We want to do our bit to help alleviate that suffering, if we can.
WHAT HAPPENS AT THE MUSEUM OF HAPPINESS?
Picture tents and gazebos with displays about how creativity, kindness or mindful living can impact you.
People to chat about your bucket list. Gaze at Londoner's happiness pledges made by hundreds of Londoners.
Participate in a workshop. Make cards with words of kindness. Join in a guided mindfulness exercise. Try a bit of singing if you want. Or even laughter yoga!
The world’s first Museum of Happiness will be creating the space for you to explore wellbeing in fun, interactive and engaging ways - with no hidden agenda.
Will you instantly feel happier?
Probably not. And that's not the point.
Will you find some food for thought and discover some new skills along the way? We hope so.
We welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to explore the essence of long-lasting happiness.
WHO HAS HELPED YOU OUT TO GET TO WHERE YOU ARE?
We're grateful that The Museum of Happiness has been helped, supported or featured by:
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED IN THE MUSEUM OF HAPPINESS, I hear volunteering and giving is good for happiness...?
You're so right! If you'd like to support us - leave us a few pennies donation...or contact us for volunteer opportunities.
Director & Editor: James Light | Producer: Robbie Lockie | Article by : Museum of Happiness