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Prototyping and how visitors can help. . . . . .

The prototyping space. Images © National Railway Museum

Prototyping will be happening over the next year, so there are plenty of opportunities for visitors to make an impact on the developing gallery. Prototyping will be taking place on the Balcony at NRM, and Wonderlab Audience Researcher Law Parkin will be recruiting visitors on the gallery to come up to the space and test.

If you’re interested in getting involved, come down to NRM and ask at the front desk. If prototyping is taking place during your visit, the visitor experience team will be able to point you in the right direction.

Floating in Copper

The Council of the Friends have agreed to allocate £250,000 towards the proposed Wonderlab Briefing Area to commemorate the outstanding contributions made by Michael Wallace, MBE to the Museum. The distinctive area will be an introduction to the Wonderlab experience and will be used for briefing school parties and for demonstrations about engineering and railway topics. Find out more here

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