Think like a scientist in Wonderlab, our newest and most interactive gallery exploring light and sound through mind-bending exhibits and spectacular live shows.Click to read more
Think like a scientist in Wonderlab, our newest and most interactive gallery exploring light and sound through mind-bending exhibits and spectacular live shows.
Join us this May half term for free family fun to get you thinking—we’ve got exciting shows, creative activities and lots to explore.
Embark on a journey to learn about the science of light in this illuminating interactive show.
Discover sound as you’ve never heard it before in an exciting, explosive free live show.
Nudrat Afza’s photographs of female Bradford City fans capture the awesome highs and crushing lows of matchday at Valley Parade.
From stereoscopes to IMAX, discover how scientists and artists have created incredible experiences using photography, cinema and sound.
Helen Williams’ portraits of people living with dementia highlight her subjects’ unique personalities and passions.
Our family weekend of surprising science in the city is back for 2018! This year we’ll be focusing on the wonder of engineering.
Try something new, do something different! Join us for Lates, an adults-only night at the museum packed with exclusive shows, live experiments and fun activities.
Explore our collection and get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at some of the treasures which aren’t on permanent display.
A unique film festival celebrating the past, present and future of cinema, featuring large-screen formats and technologies.
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.
Grab a booth and discover the best, rarest and most extraordinary films and TV programmes from the BFI National Archive. More than 2,500 titles are available to view—all for free.
How did our lives change when the internet was born? Find out in the world’s first gallery dedicated to the social, technological and cultural impact of the web.
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.