Entry is FREE National Media Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 1NQ. Opening Times Galleries daily 10.00 - 18.00 / Cinemas daily 10.00 - late.
Our collection of television receivers documents the evolution of the technology behind the screen, perceptions of the medium's role in popular culture, and the nature of the television image.
The First World War on Camera
On 4 August 1914 the largest global conflict the world had witnessed up to that time began. As the world commemorates the centenary of WWI, we reflect on the role that photography played in representing ‘The War to End All Wars’.
Explore the exciting world of television and learn how it's made in Experience TV. Get behind the camera - or in front of it, and have a go at being a newsreader or a camera operator in our studio.
Play interactive games, share your stories, and immerse yourself in the past, present and future of the internet and the web. Visit our Life Online exhibition for more hands-on learning.