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Coach Road


Tel : +44 01952 884391

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£6.80 - £6.80

£7.95 - £7.95

£8.10 - £8.10

Enginuity is the tenth in the series of Ironbridge Gorge Museums and opened in 2002 to acclaim and cries of amazement. Enginuity is a design and technology centre that lets you and your family become apprentice engineers for a while. The museum is split into four 'zones' - Materials, Energy, Design, and Systems & Controls where you can find out how everyday objects work by looking inside them. You'll use the latest technology to move a simulated x-ray machine over objects such as an electric guitar, a mobile phone and a teddy bear. You'll experiment with gadgets and gizmos used to design things we see and use everyday. This is your opportnity to fulfil a childhood dream and pull a real 5-ton locomotive. You can even control the flow of water to generate electricity or flood the surrounding villages and you pitch your wits against the speed and accuracy of a robotic arm.

The museum also holds an array of weird and wonderful activities throughout the year. Previous events have included puppet designing and constructing and launching rocket-propelled witches! At Enginuity you will discover a wealth of innovative ideas, activities and exhibitions to amuse and challenge all visitors who are young-at-heart.


Contact the group visits officer for group prrices on 01952 435900.

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Make scary ‘Techno Terrors’ for Halloween at Enginuity - Half-term 21st – 29th October

Go along to Enginuity, near Ironbridge during the autumn half-term holiday between 21st and 29th October and join a hands-on workshop to make your own scary Techno Terrors to take home and frighten friends and family.

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posted 06/09/2017 11:00:00

MECCANO MARVELS COME TO IRONBRIDGE - Working Meccano Models at Enginuity: Bank Holiday Weekend 29th Apr – 1st May

An amazing display of working Meccano models created by Telford and Ironbridge Meccano Society (TIMS), Shropshire will be an extra bonus for anyone visiting Enginuity, one of the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums, over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend from Saturday 29th April to Monday 1st May. The mechanical marvels will be on display as part of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

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posted 26/04/2017 01:00:00



By Road

From junction 6 of the M54 take the A5223 south towards Ironbridge.
Pass the turning for Cherry Tree Hill.
Finish on the right at Enginuity.

By Public Transport

From Telford Central station it is 5 miles to Enginuity.

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Enginuity facilities include:

  • Toilets
  • Min group size
  • Max group size
  • On site parking
  • Groups accepted
  • Picnic site

Enginuity accessibility includes:

  • Facilities for hearing impaired visitors
  • Ramp/level access
  • Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)
  • All areas accessible to disabled visitors
  • Toilets for disabled visitors

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