Think like a scientist in Wonderlab, our spectacular interactive gallery. Explore light and sound through mind-bending exhibits.
From KS1 to KS5 and beyond, the National Science and Media Museum provides stunning opportunities to learn about the principles of light and sound, climate change, the science of space and more.
Inspire your class with an exciting interactive learning package, experience a 3D documentary in our spectacular IMAX cinema—the biggest screen in the region—or explore our learning resources.
AVAILABILITY: Please note that learning packages are fully booked until January 2022. We have some availability for general visits, IMAX and cinema during December.
Spend the day exploring the universe with an out-of-this-world science show, a visit to Wonderlab and a host of amazing optional extras.
Explore the effects of climate change with a visit to Wonderlab plus fantastic optional extras.
Students will experience sound as they’ve never heard it before with a visit to Wonderlab, an explosive live show, plus the option to add a workshop and IMAX screening.
Embark on a journey to discover the illuminating science of light! Enjoy an incredible science show and a visit to Wonderlab, with amazing optional extras including an eye dissection session.
Discover the forgotten pioneers of modern-day computer code and find out how the natural beauty of maths is hidden all around us with this brand new day-long learning package.
Experience a spectacular 3D exploration of the mysterious and wild continent of Antarctica.
Meet some of the world’s most amazing dogs and discover the astonishing science behind their superpowers.
Explore the impact of humanity on planet Earth with stunning footage captured from space.
Enjoy technology in action in our brilliantly retro Games Lounge. Play your way through gaming history with classic games, from Pac-Man to Super Mario Kart.
Take a journey through the history of photography. Step into a 19th century portrait studio, see hundreds of incredible objects from our collection, and watch the world’s first moving colour film.