The Luma exhibit and activities will be Free to attend all half term week. With plenty of drop-in activities programmed all week, there's no need to book.
If you walk to STEAM from the Swindon Railway Station, Town Centre or Bus Station, it is likely to take you 10 – 20 minutes depending on your pace. Parking is avaiable in the Swindon Designer Outlet North Car Park, and Disabled Parking is available at the front of the museum.
To access the Festival events, walk past the main entrance to STEAM and head for the Festival banners at the end of the building!
https://www.steam-museum.org.uk/visit/getting-here/Find out more
From an all-week AR Space Trail, to science buskers and robots, there will be events popping up all week.
If you walk to the Outlet from the Swindon Railway Station, Town Centre or Bus Station, it is likely to take you 10 – 20 minutes depending on your pace. Parking is available in the Swindon Designer Outlet North Car Park (Kemble Drive, SN2 2NA) and and West Car Park (Penzance Drive, SN5 7JL).Find out more
The activities were simple, but evoked so much discussion amongst the children and staff. Each activity brought science into the real world and helped children make that link between what they learn in class and everything they experience around theme that link between what they learn in class and everything they experience around them
I visited with my children and they loved it, it was the highlight of their school holiday week. We will definitely come again next year!
In an increasingly robotised world, the need for human creativity, humanity and positive multidisciplinary collaborations has rarely felt more important. The role that the arts play, including in connecting people with science, technology, engineering and maths is essential. I look forward to visiting the Festival of Tomorrow, discovering & exploring developments. I congratulate Rod Hebden and the team in bringing this Festival to life.
Amazing! Great for the community, I adore this event
The main reason we came was to show our children how interesting and entertaining science can be. The event succeeded 100% in doing this.