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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
Along with the 1853 Gallery in Saltaire & Cartwight Hall Gallery, The National Science and Media Museum is a jewel in Bradford's cultural crown and worth a journey to visit. Whether your interests focus on the origins and development of photography, film, TV or the...More
I love the museum. It's always a great day out with the kids mine are 2 and 4, there are plenty of interactive exhibits and temp installations. They have a cafe downstairs that's reasonably priced, it's a shame it's so close to the gift shop-...More
We visited on a Saturday afternoon and spent at least 3 hours wandering around. Must admit I didn't understand all of the exhibits but there was plenty of chances for interaction and hands on play for kids and adults alike. The retro gaming area was...More
The café at the Media Museum is a must, gorgeous homemade cakes, fresh soup, wraps and I love their coffee. The staff are just lovely and of course the museum is well worth a visit for all the family. Brilliant all round.
Not as interesting as my first visit many years ago when it was more about the photography,television and film industry but it has moved with the times and is now more modern type of attraction with lots of hands on exhibits for schools etc, but...More