Turn It Up : Power of Music, Science and Industry Museum, Manchester
Get hands-on at Turn It Up : Power of Music exhibition at the Science and Industry Museum for 2023 exploring the science of music.
Discover the science of music’s mysterious hold of us all at this fun Science and Industry Museum exhibition.
Here is everything you need to know.
What is Turn It Up : Power of Music at Science and Industry Museum, Manchester?
Turn It Up: The power of music fun hands-on experience encouraging everyone to remember and reflect on what music means to us all.
The exhibition will families the chance to make music together, playing with beat, melody and harmonies in this new musical playground.
Discover how music can trigger emotions and memories, whether it can affect what you buy, and even what certain songs taste like.
There will also be chance to take part in a musical Turing test and see if you can tell the difference between songs written by humans and machines.
If that is not enough you can meet Haile the musical robot that can play and improvise alongside human musicians.
See the groundbreaking MiMU Gloves, created by Imogen Heap and used by artists like Ariana Grande to use gestures to control electronic music-making software live on stage.
And lots more musical fun.
What Age Turn It Up : Power of Music for?
Power Up is aimed kids over 5 years old right up to adults and has been designed as a family experience.
Under 16’s must be accompanied by a paying adult as some games have age restrictions.
When is the Power Up at Science and Industry Museum
Power Up is open from 21st October 2022 to 21st May 2023
how much are tickets to Power Up at Science and Industry Museum
Tickets to Power Up are on sale now and cost:
- £8 for Adults
- £7 for seniors
- £6 for children and concessions
Family discounts are also available. See the link below.
You will also need to book a free ticket to entry the museum.
Other activities at Science and Industry Museum
Science and Industry Museum itself has lots to offer families and makes a great day out.
From the science floor with lots of hands-on experiments, to textile trails and more, it’s free entry but tickets need to be booked in advance.