The blending of the traditional institution of a museum with the modern subject raises the need to redefine the relationship between them. By releasing the museum from its established role as a reservoir of knowledge and the visitor as a passive subject, this diploma thesis explores the potential prospects of a museum network that is in direct dialogue with the citizen. The museum experience is modified according to the urban plan. Narrow networks are created on the city's web, through which the subject can come in contact with museum trails. The city becomes the center of interaction, the mediator between a museum and a modern subject. Sensible objects, senses, meanings and narratives are involved and create chimeric scenarios. The museum comes out of its walls, the exhibits are reclassified, re-interpreted, create associations and contrast with disparate elements. This is how chimeras are born. Having as main research objectives the revision of narrative frameworks, sensory experience, interaction and personalization, the proposal includes a cluster of physical and non-simultaneous networks, enhancing and evolving the core of the museums. A network of spatial museum experiences is being created in the city of Volos and, at the same time, a digital application that promotes the subject's involvement with musical stimuli, aiming at a personalized relationship. The combination of all individual elements creates a network of interactions between people; a museum track and a city that leads to narrative paths based on personal processes. The outcome of the research is a collage of disparate elements, a multimodal museum narrative, a potential chimera.