May 1st, 2022 / / No Comments »

Enginuity Discovery Centre

This popular indoor science discovery centre Enginuity is one of the 10 museums available within the collection of Ironbridge Museums based in Shropshire. The range of interactive exhibits available at Enginuity lends itself well to children of all ages as they explore & work together to make sense of the world around them.  Follow our guide below packed with cheap ticket options and top tips to make the best of your visit.

Follow our Blists Hill Victorian Town Guide packed with tips & tricks to get the most from your visit!


Enginuity at Ironbridge

Enginuity, (part of the 10 Ironbridge Museum Offer)


Cheap Tickets For Enginuity

1. Consider an Ironbridge Passport that offers unlimited access to 10 museums over a 12 month period, (excludes special events).  Settings include the popular Blists Hill Victorian Town, Tar Tunnel as well as Enginuity.

2. The Family Passport offers even better value for money as it includes up to 4 children including step children, cared-for children & even grandchildren!  Opt for a 1 or 2 adult family passport to suit the needs of your family.

3. Look out for further discounts on ticket prices with associated membership schemes such as English Heritage members with more details available at Ironbridge Museum Discounts.

4. National Art Passholders can pick up FREE entry to Enginuity throughout the year plus over 200 other historic settings, galleries & museums around the UK.

5. Look out for a FREE entry offer for Enginuity that tends to run each May as part of the Museums at Night celebrations.


Enginuity museums at night free entry offer

Enginuity; Museums At Night Free Offer


This allows you unlimited access, (some restrictions on use for special events), to all ten Ironbridge Museums within a 12 month period.

An adult annual passport is currently priced at £24 & a child’s annual passport is just £15.25, (a child is classed as aged between 5 & 18 years in full time education).

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A Few Tips For Enginuity

1. Often the first stop is the extensive water play area that works for children of all ages so worth packing a few spare clothes.

2. Look out for activities running throughout the year that often tie in with school holidays.  You’ll find a range of options from have-a-go workshops providing children with a chance to build their your own creations, (additional charge), or free interactive shows.

3. Great to see an extensive indoor picnic space available right in the middle of the setting that guests are free to use, (whilst there is no cafe on site, there is a vending machine for drinks & snacks).

4. If you are looking for refreshments, why not pop next door to the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron that has a lovely cafe available to the general public & includes free wifi too.

5. Whilst there is a small charge for parking, did you know that this same ticket is then valid at all other Ironbridge car parks, (with the exception of  Ironbridge & the Museum of the Gorge).

Look out for our Tar Tunnel Guide part of the Ironbridge Passport Offer in Shropshire.


View of Ironbridge in Shropshire

Ironbridge in Shropshire, (photo; Phil Loach)





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