Enginuity Review and Win a family pass to the Ironbridge Gorge Museums

thought we would make the most of our complimentary ticket and visit another of
the Ironbridge attractions. Enginuity
was great fun for my two boys and very educational.

When we first arrived there I thought it would not take that long to get
round as it is not a huge attraction by any means, but as it was my boys took
great interest in every single display and seemed to learn some valuable
lessons as they went along. Our visit
lasted a good few hours and they managed to burn off some energy too turning all
the levers and handles.

It is a handy
attraction if the weather turns, being indoors and lots to see and do is a nice
way to pass a couple of hours together. 
I must admit I probably learnt a few things myself. All of us enjoyed making structures that
were wobble proof. The boys learnt
about the best techniques to do this as we built up our tower.

The water display was another highlight and my two did not want to leave that section of the museum. The staff had also kindly left out a rail of aprons that you could use if you wanted to keep your child dry, I thought that was very considerate not that mine would wear them of course!

The boys left Enginuity full of new knowledge and a renewed interest in the world around them. It is a really interactive attraction, we even built an arch!

Seeing as we had such an enjoyable visit I wanted to offer you a competition to see what Ironbridge has to offer. The lucky winner of the family pass for two adults and up to three children (aged up to 18 years and in full time education) will have free entry into each of the ten Ironbridge Gorge Museums on one occasion. Blists Hill Victorian Town we have also visited and highly recommend, so this competition is well worth entering. Please fill out the rafflecopter below by the 2nd of August.

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65 thoughts on “Enginuity Review and Win a family pass to the Ironbridge Gorge Museums

  1. We used to love going to Blists Hill, our favourites were the candle shop, sweet shop and printers. Wonder if it's changed a lot in the 20 odd years since! Haha.

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