Experiential value of exhibition in the cultural and creative park: antecedents and effects on CCP experiential value and behavior intentions

Haimeng Ding*, Kuang-Peng Hung, Norman Peng, Annie Chen

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Abstract

The protection of industrial cultural heritage is related to sustainable urban development. Cultural and creative parks (CCPs) are a way for many cities to protect their industrial cultural heritage. In the context of CCPs, this study examines the relationships among the antecedents of exhibition experiential value, CCP experiential value, and behavioral intentions. Surveying 428 visitors in two well-known CCPs in Taipei, this study found that the four antecedents (attractiveness, existential authenticity, self-congruence, and exhibition–park image congruence) have a positive impact on exhibition experiential value. Exhibition experiential value has a positive impact on CCP experi-ential value, which in turn, affects behavioral intentions toward the CCP. In addition, this study finds that exhibition experiential value has a mediating effect between the four antecedents and CCP experiential value. Moreover, CCP experiential value has a mediating effect between exhibi-tion experiential value and behavioral intentions. The findings of this study provide a direction for CCPs to achieve sustainable development through exhibitions that can attract more tourists.
Original languageEnglish
Article number7100
JournalSustainability
Volume13
Issue number13
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Jun 2021

Keywords

  • cultural and creative parks; experiential value; attractiveness; existential authenticity; self-congruence; exhibition–park image congruence; behavioral intentions

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