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Museum of Science and Industry Photo 2017-10-12 08:47

Hunt meteorites, see the invisible and witness the awesome power of water. Just some of the free, family fun on offer this half term at Pi: Platform for Investigation.
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We had a fun #familydayout at the Museum of Science and Industry today! Not quite sure if we have two budding scientists though as Luella's best bit was the vanilla milkshake she had for her lunch and Levison didn't come up for air whilst devouring his spag bol! 🤔 #alwaysloveafamilydayout #...

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Nikhil Chopra's performance art piece continues to develop... from 6pm tonight our archivist will be showing items from the collection and the bar will be open until 10pm - tickets are available on the door.

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Nikhil Chopra's art performance begins at 6pm - you will need a free ticket available from the website or on the door.

There is a bar open 6pm to 10pm tonight and tomorrow.

The Power Hall is open overnight until 9am on bot...

Visit Manchester - Museum of Science and Industry 2017-09-27 11:51

Ever wanted to stay in a museum until you see the sun rise?

From 29 September to 1 October, Museum of Science and Industry welcome performance artist Nikhil Chopra.

Copra will create a one-off, 48-hour performance based around Vulcan locomotive 3157 in the museum’s Power Hall.

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