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.
Our doors may be closed (for now), but our amazing collection is always open for all. Here are some of the ways you can explore the museum from the comfort of your home.
In this blog post co-authored with the Juno mission team, Charlotte writes about some of the more unusual discoveries made by NASA’s Juno probe while orbiting Jupiter.
To understand how influencers became so ubiquitous, we must take a trip back in time—to the 1970s, when TV chef Delia Smith became a phenomenon.
In our exhibition Hello Universe, we invite visitors to have a go at drawing the Moon, just like Galileo did in the 17th century. Our curatorial team have selected a handful of the best drawings—is yours among them?
From the very first views of the Moon to NASA’s Mars Exploration Program… Volunteer blogger Laura looks at how Hello Universe represents the history of space exploration.
Ever wondered what a bolt of lightning on Jupiter sounds like? Volunteer blogger James discovers how Hello Universe reveals a little-heard sonic world.
Our new exhibition, Hello Universe, explores the incredible sights and sounds of space. Volunteer blogger Shawana takes a look at some of the highlights.
James Wilson reports back from a special screening of The Dish, where Bradford-born Mike Dinn discussed his role in the Apollo 11 broadcast.
Taking amazing photographs of the night sky is easier than you think. Bill McSorley of the West Yorkshire Astronomical Society shares some tips for beginners.
Volunteer blogger Yusef discovers how Above the Noise approaches immigrant identity alongside the impact of technology and media.
Museums are spaces for listening as well as looking. Discover the story behind our new Sound Technologies Collection, and find out how you can get involved with our forthcoming Gallery Listening Sessions.
Volunteer blogger James Wilson explores the stories found in our latest exhibition, Above the Noise, and looks at what they can tell us about Bradford (and beyond).