Museums are not worth a whole lot with their fully packed rooms of collections if these collections do not hold meaning to diverse groups of segments. Museums tell people a story, the objects in the museum are more than objects, and they are relics of history, both local and national level. In this context it should not be the intent of the museum to only preserve collections, but the museums should also work to ensure that it engages audience. If museum are not serving audience and community, then the organizations would simply not be serving their original purpose. As discussed in the essay, museums are also aware of the problem. The Smithsonian, Glasgow and the Barnsley are some of the museums that work with the local community to support better accessibility to people.
There are concerns in the community engagement practices, as researcher Munro points out; the people being utilized to handle the community engagement programmes will need better training. At present even major institutions are either understaffed or overburdened with the community engagement program, and hence for social inclusion to be created properly, it is necessary that museums work on improving their human capital. When Museums like the Barnsley are seen to be working on their local community initiative, then it automatically follows that others follow in their footsteps such as the Nascent Migration Museum, setting off a good trend.