We have seven permanent galleries and three exhibition spaces. From interactive family fun to the history of photography, find out more about the subjects we cover and the objects we display with blog posts from our team and guest authors.
Images from our Daily Herald Archive record milestones in the history of women’s political organising, as well as illuminating how the newspaper interpreted these developments.
On Tuesday 26 September 2017, we took delivery of a very special object: Tim Peake’s Soyuz descent module had landed at the National Science and Media Museum.
Sound artists Vicky Clarke and David Birchall, aka Noise Orchestra, take you behind the scenes of the Bradford-inspired installation they created for Supersenses.
During the summer holidays, STEM Ambassadors Aisha and Serish spent time in our Supersenses exhibition, talking to visitors about the vital role neurones play in how we sense the world. We asked them to tell us more…
Can a museum exhibition engage all five of our senses? Alice Carlton gives us a younger visitor’s view of Supersenses.
Bradford primary school students were among the first to explore Supersenses—take a look at what they discovered.
National Science and Media Museum volunteer Rosemary Cole discovers the links between photography and paintings at our Poetics of Light exhibition.
National Science and Media Museum volunteer Peter Harvey writes about how Poetics of Light proves the simplest cameras can produce some of the most atmospheric images.