The Big Internet Museum is dedicated to all things online and, accordingly, you can only visit it online as well. Created by employees from ad agency TBWA\NEBOKO, the free museum enables you to learn about the history of the Internet from its precursor ARPAnet to GIFs and Instagram.
The museum, developed by digital production agency MediaMonks, documents and displays the web’s most interesting artefacts. It features seven specialized wings for different subjects, such as history, social media, gaming, and memes.
A temporary exhibition wing allows third parties to display pieces, and visitors can also submit pieces to the museum’s ever-growing collection. The public votes on whether a proposed piece can join the permanent collection, making all visitors potential curators.