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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
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A lot of camera and film history. Interesting but not a lot to do. Very popular with kids and families. Crowded on the weekend. Narrow, tall building. Very long wait for food. Museum is free or donate if you wish. IMAX and other pay shows...More
We came here for a cheap day out to entertain the kids on a miserable day and it did not disappoint. The kids loved it. Loads of stuff to see and do for them. A lot of interactive stuff for them too. All in all...More
Was only expecting a floor or so of interesting stuff, but ended up spending a good part of 3 hours there. Great place, lots of interactive stuff for children. Great for anyone interested in the history of photography.
Let's get one thing clear straight away, this used to be the National Media Museum (NMM), it lost its 'national' title - and funding a few years ago, and added science to make up for its losses. Its new name is Science and Media Museum...More
On 5 floors this is a very good attraction. We spent an afternoon visiting all floors and found them to be interesting and educational. We did think they could have included more about the early years of children's television but may be there is insufficient...More