Tina Hopgood works hard to keep her rural English farm running and often feels undervalued as a wife and mother. Professor Anders Larsen, an urban-dwelling museum curator from Denmark, is finding his footing after being widowed. When Tina reaches out to the museum to inquire about the Tollund Man, an archaeological exhibit she learned of as a child, little does she know that she’s set into motion a beautiful relationship. Through a series of increasingly personable letters, the middle-aged pair realize they have much in common: the heartache of loss, the parenting of grown children, and the increasing physical clutter that comes with aging. Meet Me at the Museum is a sentimental novel that slowly reveals the pureness of a budding friendship.