10:30am – 3:30pm
Suitable for 3+ but all are welcome
£2 per child (under 2s free)
Celebrate the first ever drive of the world’s most advanced straight-line racing car – the Bloodhound SSC – this October.
Make a robotic arm and see it move. An activity using cardboard, straws, string to make a life-size robotic arm that moves.
Create electrifying images on your car with scratch art using crayons.
Using wire and pipe cleaners we are preparing for the Land Speed record trial of Bloodhound by making our own racing car models.
Make your own fast cars from recyclable material.
Using paper plates and origami techniques we are making a moving race track.
Who doesn’t like to break the rules and make a lot of noise in a museum? We are making a very noisy car that looks and can even sound like a horrible hound!