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Tours to The MAD Museum
BOOK WITH VIATOR Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass - 1 Day Pass
Duration: 24h - 72h
Tours from $62 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass - 2 Day Pass
Duration: 24h - 72h
Tours from $75 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Shakespeare's England Explorer Pass - 3 Day Pass
Duration: 24h - 72h
Tours from $87 ›
Likely to sell out BOOK WITH VIATOR City Sightseeing Stratford-upon-Avon Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
Tours from $19 ›
BOOK WITH VIATOR Shakespeare’s Stratford-Upon-Avon: A Self-Guided Audio Tour
Duration: 30min - 45min
Tours from $9 ›
The MAD Museum reviews
A real gem in Stratford. Not too expensive and we bought a combined ticket with Shakespeare’s school room and guildhall. All the mechanical toys are fun and well crafted. It takes about 45mins to go..... more
A real gem in Stratford. Not too expensive and we bought a combined ticket with Shakespeare’s school room and guildhall. All the mechanical toys are fun and well crafted. It takes about 45mins to go..... more »
Great little museum for all ages. Our 10 month old loved watching all three moving parts and balls and we as 2 adults in our 30s loved it too. A good way to spend an hour or two in...
Great little museum for all ages. Our 10 month old loved watching all three moving parts and balls and we as 2 adults in our 30s loved it too. A good way to spend an hour or two in... more »
This was brilliant - very entertaining for all ages. The staff were fantastic, especially with our autistic daughter.
This was brilliant - very entertaining for all ages. The staff were fantastic, especially with our autistic daughter. more »
Fantastic place to visit on your own, friends, family. Great display of mechanical things mostly made of wood or metal. Lots of funny things but also at least one gory (military bunnies, one of them exploding) so bare it in mind if your child is sensitive to that content. Loved it, will be back :)
Fantastic experience for kids and adults. When you go here try to think art first, then mechanical and be prepared to just have fun. The displays are less interactive than anticipated with a scanner being activated to make every display move. The woodwork and metalwork on the artworks are really unique and special. You almost wish the artist was there to give more details on how they created the work. Each display is a mini sculpture and some of them a whole lot of fun. If more sculptures in the world were designed this way the world might be a happier place. There is a play area for the kids where they get to build a track against the wall. This was probably the greatest hit for the kids.
A freind recommended a visit. At first missed it as the entrance blended in with other shops. On first appearance on entry, it seemed small. But it was amazing and fun with interactive displays and an interesting cinema on other quirky designs. Overall spent just under 2hrs there. If had children, probably would have been there 3 hrs. Great for little ones too, with a big interactive play wall to create their own marble run. £7.80 adult fee to enter. We visited in a weekday which was quiet
Good place to bring the kids and spend maybe one hour to entertain them with the wonders of mechanics. The museum is quite interesting, but small. I gave them 4 stars because I asked the receptionist how big is the museum and he told me that is the whole floor, rven behind of some area that I couldn't see from reception... the reality is that there is no other large space, that's pretty much that you can see there. Is beautiful, is interesting, great for kids. Ideal to buy family tickets as would be a bit cheaper. Overall ok and I recommend them, there are different and interactive from the normal average museum.
The MAD museum is a quirky place where you can see some amazing pieces, as well as go hands on with some marble runs. My lad really enjoyed just staring at the automated marble mazes! A real lot of effort has gone into a lot of these exhibits. I do think however, if I'd gone in without my kids I would have been in and out in probably 30/45 mins... and it wasn't the cheapest entry price.
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