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The National Science and Media Museum is a fabulous free museum in Bradford, West Yorkshire devoted to the science and culture of light and sound technologies. Filled with fun educational exhibits, including the state-of-the-art Wonderlab gallery...more
All reviews imax cinema media museum all ages video games space invaders interactive exhibits blue screen pac man games room retro games few hours free entry free attraction well worth a visit half term school holidays great for kids
We had our grandson to stay and as the weather was not good enough to go walking, we decided to visit this place, although the 8 year old was reluctant. However, it turns out he as glad he went! We didnt park in the car...More
We had so much fun in this museum, it’s changed since we last came about 10 years ago (for the better). Very interactive, suitable for all ages. Very nostalgic looking at television through the years. Staff were super friendly and the museum itself was very...More
We had a great time! My daughters home ed and we decided to visit the museum when we went it was really quiet which was great as she’s autistic and doesn’t like groups/ too much noise etc. The museum is free to enter and they...More
Amazing day kept all three children entertained all day very quite too besides school parties as our school was on an inset day, my children age 7, 5 and 3 could all find different things that appealed on most of the levels, although obviously the...More
Visited the museum for the first time since I was a child. The exhibitions were fascinating and very interactive at some points. Definitely worth a visit for young families and anyone who enjoys the history of broadcasting and photography
If you have any interest in media, film, television or other technology this is definitely the place to visit. There is a huge display of equipment some operating and some static, but all very informative and interesting.
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Have not been here for 6 years as we do not live near. My sons, now 8 & 10 were really looking forward to coming back but were really disappointed as you can no longer operate a camera or read the weather.
The museum is...More