Welcome to the website for the Time Machine gallery and for Harlow Museum – both well worth a visit! Science Alive is an independent charity providing community learning and cultural services with the support of Harlow Council. We are currently looking for new supporters and volunteers to help us with our work, particularly with our marketing work: click here for more details
Current events and news….
Time Machine gallery (Harlow Leisurezone): Easter Beasts and Animal Adventures!
Every Saturday: Raspberry Pi Club and SACK (Science Alive Club for Kids) – ask for details
Every Monday: Tall Tales, a new workshop for Under 5s throughout March – phone for details
Current Exhibition: Starting Line: an exhibition showing the journey of great ideas from initial outline to final product
Harlow Museum: Join our Easter AniPals and Easter Egg Hunt in the Walled Gardens
Saturday 18th April, 10.30am-3.00pm Harlow on the Map: Explore a timeline of maps of Harlow, tracing its development from rural community to post-war New Town. A workshop in partnership with Essex Records Office – Free entry, suggested £2.00 donation
While you are at the Museum, don’t forget to visit our new Children’s Bookshop! We have some great titles & activity books for you.
Current Exhibitions: The Colour of Country explores The Great War – documented by personal evidence – alongside abstract art by Ken Pammen
Living History: A series of new mural mosaics by Jim Brown and Sarah Bracey have been created as part of the Harlow Council Ward improvement scheme – based on local community context – see our picture gallery below.
Meet our new mascot! You’ll find our young Charity appealing for your support at our welcome point when you visit Harlow Museum!
Tweets by @ScienceAliveUK
If you want to support Science Alive…
- visit & enjoy the Time Machine gallery or Harlow Museum
- spread the word about what we do
- help us with our work as a volunteer
- donate funds to help us through PayPal – see below
Thank you for being part of what we do.
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If you are interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) or Heritage you might like to see our daily digest of topical information,…
To read the SA7 Bulletin – click on the image here….