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Interactive exhibition by Techniquest at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery

Published on Thursday, 8th September 2016

Make some noise with this hands-on family-friendly show. Learn about how sounds are made and have fun trying out all of the different experiments on offer.

As well as being great fun this exhibition is also educational as visitors of all ages can learn about how sound travels and about how sounds are made.
Why not try out the ‘whisper dishes’ – if you speak into them you’ll see how sound can travel further than you might expect.
Or the Theremin – this lets you create sounds by just moving your hands! Or maybe you’ll try Vocal Wonders or the Speech Dissector.

Don’t miss this great hands-on exhibition for all the family.

Cllr Ian Lloyd, Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Culture said:

“We have such an ability to create and alter sounds and this is a great way to have fun experimenting with how those different sounds are made.”

As with all our shows entry is free to members of the public, however there is a small charge to school groups. Members of the public are advised to visit this show Friday-Sunday, or after 3.30pm Tuesday – Thursday. This is to avoid clashing with a school booking, as the exhibition will be closed to the public when school groups are present. Check on Facebook for latest opening news!

In addition to our events, activities and permanent displays there is still chance to see:
Paul Kidby - Discworld & Beyond, a touring exhibition from St. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery, on show until 18 September and Julia Snowdin – Through New Eyes, on show until 9 October.