So interesting and hands-on, great for young and old alike. Liked the Christmas Fair on at the same time too.
Fantastic day out especially for the children. They loved the water playing at saving the town by pumping the water and using the dams. Good creative workshop using modern technologies. Informative and very hand on, the train was a great success.
This is great fun for all the family, it is full of interactive exhibits to interest the children and adults. There is also an area for learning and making for children to see concepts working.
Our boys aged 6 and 7 loved this place. It says that it takes approx 1.5 hours but you could spend longer here. They were raving about it, definitely give it a go. Well worth the entrance fee.
Another great idea form the Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust but getting a little tired. We found several broken exhibits bu it was a quiet day and there were plenty of others to look at. My children are probably above the target age range (12 & 15) but enjoyed the activities together. However they could have been helped to get more... More
We last visited Enginuity in 2008 and had a great time. Yesterday we went back for another visit and we were terribly disappointed. The entry fee of more than £7 a person was far too much for the experience. Five or more activities were out of action.The upstairs area was blocked off.The remaining activities were dated. The place needs an... More
This is a lot like other "launch pad" sites for children where they can have fun without realising they are learning at the same time. Plenty of opportunity to get wet working with models that show water flow through the Severn River. This will be popular with children (primary especially) and you should allow up to 2 hours for them... More
Our grandchildren love this place, and there is always something new to experience, particularly in school holidays.
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