The National Science and Media Museum
Bradford BD1 1NQ
Entry to the museum is free
Countdown to Tim Peake’s spacecraft landing at the National Science and Media Museum!
On Tuesday 26 September the museum will be closed, reopening at 10.00 on Wednesday 27 September, when we’ll be inviting the world to see our newest display—the Soyuz TMA-19M space capsule that carried ESA astronaut Tim Peake to the International Space Station and back.
Our cinemas will be closed during the daytime of 26 September, opening again for evening screenings from 18.00. A special Lost in Space season of films is running from 18 September – 15 November.
Food and drink
MEDIA CAFÉ: Open daily 10.00–17.00
PICTUREVILLE BAR: Open daily 10.00–late
Offering delicious food and a huge range of drinks, our café and bar are open to everyone.
All our galleries are suitable for visitors with disabilities, and we also offer a range of services and aids to make your visit as comfortable as possible.
Many of our staff have special training and will be happy to help if you need advice during your visit.
If you have any special requirements, call us on 0844 856 3797 and we’ll help you arrange your visit.
Other useful information
Tickets and prices
Entry to the museum, galleries and exhibitions is free.
You may need to book free tickets for some of our galleries and events, such as Wonderlab.
Some arcade games in the Games Lounge have a small charge of 10–50p per play.
There is a charge for cinema tickets. See the Picturehouse at National Science and Media Museum website for more details.
You can find sample menus for our café and bar, including prices, on our food and drink page.
We are open every day of the week, 10.00–18.00, including Sundays and bank holidays.
The museum will be closed on Tuesday 26 September.
The museum is closed on 25 and 26 December. Our cinemas are closed on 25 December only.
Any exceptions or changes to our opening times will be listed on this page.
Free WiFi is available throughout the museum.