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National Media Museum

Consistently the most visited museum outside London with an average of 750,000 people coming each year, the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television has amazing interactive galleries to explore including:

The Gallery Games Lounge

One of the UK's first museum galleries dedicated to the history of video games.

The Kodak Gallery

How the camera made a world without photographs almost impossible to imagine.

TV Heaven

The UK's only TV-on-demand gallery with a menu of almost 1000 programmes.

BBC Bradford

A working BBC studio for radio, TV and online - plus the chance to try reading the news for yourself.

At the heart of the Museum is:


Collections and Research Centre, a unique facility which offers free daily tours among the 3 million items the museum holds (booking is essential).Insight is home to the world's most important photographic resource, including the National Photographic collection, the Royal Photographic Society Collection and Daily Herald Archive, an unparalleled collection of TV technology and the National Collection of Cinematography.Plus, experience

IMAX, the world's largest and most powerful film experience, take in one of the acclaimed exhibitions and take time for a break in the Intermission Café and Museum shop.

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Two miles from the motorway network, with city centre signs leading directly to us. Special rates in nearby NCP car park on Hall Ings for all Museum visitors (parking ticket stamped at Box Office before leaving). Bradford Interchange station is five minutes walk away, with rail, bus and taxi services under one roof. Leeds/Bradford airport seven miles away.

National Media Museum Postcode for SatNav: BD1 1NQ


+44 (0)8707 010 200
+44 (0)1274 202 040 (Box Office)
+44 (0)1274 723 155

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