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Enginuity

Coordinates: 52°37′41″N 2°29′06″W / 52.628°N 2.485°W / 52.628; -2.485

Enginuity is an interactive design and technology centre in Coalbrookdale, Shropshire, England. It is the newest of the ten museums operated by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust and was opened in 2002. The museum's exhibition floor is divided into four zones: Materials & Structures, Systems & Control, Energy and Design. Enginuity also offers workshops and interactive shows for school groups. During school holidays, the interactive shows are offered to the general public on varying themes.

Zones

  • Materials & Structures
  • Systems & Control
  • Energy
  • Design

Workshops

Workshops can be run for school groups or even as corporate events. The currently available workshops are:

  • Downhill buggies
  • Powered buggies
  • Robotics
  • Pneumatic cranes
  • Pewter casting
  • Bridges
  • Cantilevers
  • Parachuting teddy bears
  • Ping pong pentathlon
  • Product analysis

Shows

  • Materials
  • Flight
  • Pneumatics
  • Impact
  • Protective clothing
  • Home-made toys
  • Forces
  • Wacky wheels


References

  • Tourism board web page

External links

  • Enginuity
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