The Explorer visitor population is the most likely to read labels, brochures, and guides and to achieve the kinds of learning outcomes museums tend to claim for their visitors. If exhibitions and programs are mindful of the Explorer visitors' interests and prior knowledge, museums can create experiences that meet them halfway and help move this group of visitors towards satisfactory learning outcomes. Technologies also offer museums unprecedented opportunities to meet the needs and interests of visitors with an Exploring motivation. In many ways, Explorers are like serious shoppers or habitus of flea markets; they love to browse and bump into intellectual 'bargains'. Many Facilitators will interact with floor staff primarily for directions to the restrooms or caf since these necessities are high on their facilitating priority list. Art-focused Professional/Hobbyists want to talk with professionals who know about art. Museum professionals need to work at strategies to extend the museum visitor experience beyond the temporal and physical boundaries of the visit.