Museum of Power - Mad Science & Art

Mad Science & Art
Summer fun at the Museum of Power
Wednesday August 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th from 10.30am -1pm

Morning and Afternoon Sessions £3 each (for Children aged 7-12)
Child’s Picnic Lunch £4.50 or Full Day with Lunch £10
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Come along to the Museum of Power for our exciting ‘Summer of Steam’ session undertaken by our magical duo Dean and Darren.

Featuring the combined superpowers of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths (STEAM) you can enjoy Bonkers Biology, Chaotic Chemistry, Electrifying Engineering and Phantastic Physics or a fun journey into the Smashing Storytelling and Awesome Acting.

Each day finishes with a brilliant interactive Magic Show.

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