My daughter loves the basement area of the museum especially the water play. She always emerges with soaking wet socks which tells me how much fun she's had splashing about (bring spares). She also loves the little cocoons to climb up in to and the puppet show dressing up xx
Win a family day out at the Science Museum
Enter our competition for your chance to win one of five family days out at the Science Museum
© Ed Marshall
This summer there’s no excuse to hear the words ‘I’m bored’. The Science Museum continues to celebrate innovation, imagination and discovery with two fantastic new attractions alongside the galleries filled with incredible inventions.
‘Science Museum Live: The Energy Show’ is a brand new theatrical experience at the Museum, bringing drama and live science experiments together in an explosive family show. 3D Summer is an action-packed programme of interactive workshops, 3D films and simulators, with a family trail to discover fascinating objects (including a 3D bust of James Watt and a gigantic floating globe) around the Museum.
To celebrate, the Science Museum and Time Out have got together to offer a special family day out. The prize includes:
A free family ticket (two adults, two children) to a thrilling IMAX film and the breathtaking Red Arrows 3D flight simulator, lunch in the Deep Blue Diner, plus a £100 online voucher for the Museum’s shop, so you can continue to share your special day when you get home.
All you have to do to enter our competition is answer the following question. Good luck!
We visited the science museum in April. It was my first time I would visit again one day is not enough.. It has activities and interests for all the family
I took my 10 year old son to the Science Museum a few months ago and he absolutely loved it. We only had half a day, but he could quite happily have stayed longer. He really enjoyed the interactive workshops, with the talk on explosions being his favourite. I would love to be able to take him back, as he really wanted to go on the Red Arrows simulator, but we just did not have the time.
Grandad (Me) and Grandma (my wife) would lobve to be able to take our three grandchildren to experience the wonders of the science museum
I think these competitions are truely amazing, i have yet too win one but i will keep applying and one day i will get lucky im sure!!
I haven't been to the Science Museum since 1969. I expect it's changed a bit since then! So it will be like reliving a childhood memory and great fun if everything is now 'hands on', which seems to be the case at so many museums nowadays.
Even if I don't win the competition, I will go to the science museum, after fighting so hard to keep national museum of Bradford and York, these places are enjoyable learning centres,which children dont realise they are learning as they are busy having fun.
It is good for me and my kid so we can learn about the past, we love it and I give it five star *****
Why settle for two dimensions when you can have three? Explore the world in 3D with the Science Museum
An exciting live drama with a gripping story and plenty of whizz-popping explosions and experiments
Fancy winning IMAX tickets and a ride on the Science Museum's Red Arrows 3D flight simulator?