View from the top of the museum out into Bradford City Park
I liked this pattern, I want paper with it on!
I really like paper silhouettes like this
Wombles! They're so cute
Can you believe that this is the only Wallace and Gromit set that survives? This was due to a fire in the archives, and this one only survived because it lived at the museum!
I loved this photo of Patsy and Edie, I loved Ab Fab
In the games part, all the seats looked like Tetris pieces which I thought was cool
I mostly took this photo for Lee who is really into retro gaming
Jac and I were playing Sonic 2 on the Megadrive - she beat me, boo!
Sam was using her body to control music here. The guy in the black shirt is a DJ and coded it himself - it was really cool to hear the music fade in and out when Sam waved her arm!
And another one!
This was a shadow box, I think here we were pretending to be in Saturday Night Fever
And here we were posing as Charlie's Angels
Thunderbirds are go!
A life size Dalek!
Which I posed with
Retro TVs in the television section
The museum is free although you can of course donate, and it also has a cafe and gift shop. It's a really great museum and I'd especially recommend it if you have kids, there's loads of interactive stuff for them to test out and play with.