The National Science and Media Museum in Bradford is a must-visit for anyone interested in film, photography, television, radio, the web and everything in between. Don't miss it out the next time you're in the area!
National Science and Media Museum aims to explore image and sound technologies and their impact on our daily lives. With collections of world-famous photographs, film and television, the museum showcases the impact modern day technology can have, inspiring future scientists, engineers, filmmakers and artists.
The museum boasts permanent and temporary interactive galleries, exploring light, sound and movement and how it's used.
Aptly based in Bradford, the world's first UNESCO City of Film, three cinema screens (including an IMAX and two special exhibition galleries) are used to showcase the wonderful world of moving image.
Admission is free to the museum, but donations are always welcome. It's open every day from 10.00 - 18.00, with the cinemas staying open until late.
Concessions: Free entry