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Incredible Inventions at Museum of Oxford

21 February
Museum of Oxford
Oxford Town Hall, St Aldate's
Oxford
OX1 1BX

Incredible Inventions at Museum of Oxford

About Incredible Inventions at Museum of Oxford

Children can get their inventor’s hat on at the Museum of Oxford for Incredible Inventions at Museum of Oxford – a fun interactive family show for ages 5 to 7 this half term.

From rocket science to electric cars, amazing inventions are created every day to help us and our planet.

Inventor, Isobel, loves solving problems she encounters by creating new contraptions, but she needs help testing a range of materials before choosing the right one for the job.

Help Isobel answer some important questions: Does chocolate burn? Can you make an anchor out of polystyrene? Which material makes the best bouncy ball?

Young Lovelace’s and Musk’s take up the challenge and become inventors for today — and tomorrow.

The event is suitable for children aged 5 to 7.

Shows at 10.00am to 10.50am, 11.30pm to 12.20pm, and 2.00pm to 2.50pm

Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult, and each person needs a ticket.

This event is part of a partnership between Science Oxford and the Museum of Oxford to bring science-themed activities to wider audiences across the region.

Access requirements

Disabled and pushchair access is available to Maker’s Space on the Basement floor, where the event is held. Level entry access is via the entrance closest to Carfax (to the left of the main steps as you face the Town Hall).

Further access information can be found at https://museumofoxford.org/plan-your-visit/access

Please contact the Museum team if you’d like to talk to a member of staff about your access requirements museum@oxford.gov.uk