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Based in Bradford, the galleries of the National Media Museum are spread across five floors behind a magnificent glazed façade, offering panoramic views across the city. They range from the iconic
Games Lounge where guests can plug into the history of videogaming & play classic games; to the traditional Kodak Gallery, exploring the history of photography. There is also the highly
interactive Experience TV, where guests can try their hand at operating a TV camera or reading the news. The in-house fully functional 'Event TV' studio is particularly popular for teambuilding
events. World-class AV technology is a major selling point here. There are two auditoria with razor-sharp projection facilities & an IMAX cinema with a giant screen for private screenings
(perhaps from the museum’s extensive archives) or presentations, making this one of the few UK venues that can screen films in any format.
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