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National Media Museum
National Media Museum National Media Museum National Media Museum
Pictureville, Bradford, BD1 1NQ  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1274 202030

At the National Media Museum you can journey through popular photography, visit IMAX - the world's most powerful giant screen experience or discover the past, present and future of television in Experience TV. Watch your favourite TV moments in TV Heaven, play with light, lenses and colour in the Magic Factory and explore the world of animation!

The Museum also hosts temporary exhibitions in 2 dedicated gallery spaces, has 2 world class cinemas with a changing monthly programme showing a variety of films and playing host to three annual film festivals. Visitors can also to go behind the scenes and enjoy the Museum's unique collections in Insight, The Collections and Research Centre.

Every weekend and during school holidays there is a packed schedule of FREE exciting tours, talks and activities for everyone to get involved in.

Museum galleries, shop and cafe are open from 10am - 6pm, Tuesday - Sunday and on Bank and school holiday Mondays.

The Museum Cinemas (IMAX, Pictureville and Cubby Broccoli) are open 10am - late and Pictureville bar is open daily from 5pm - 9pm serving beers, spirits, soft drinks and cold food.

Entry to the Museum is free however charges apply for the cinemas.

The Museum is two miles from the motorway network. From the M62, take junction 26, joining the M606, which will bring you to Bradford. Then follow directions to the city centre where brown heritage signs will direct you to the Museum. Car parking is available at the rear of the Museum on Sharp Street and Radwell Drive, in addition on Hall Ings close to the Interchange, Charges Apply.
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