Millennium Point in general (Birmingham) Reviews
Newest Review: ... size spitfire hanging from the ceiling. My favourite exhibits were the medical operation zone and the recycling centre, in the medical operation you play the part of the surgeon replacing the hip joint of the patient with a large screen in front of you and actors playing the parts of others surgeons and nurses. You have a type of wii remote device and a voice guides you through what you have to do in the operation. The recycling information interested me because it had the actual processes that our rubbish goes through in the display, and plaques explaining each stage. Virtually everything has a little explanation plaque, detailing back... more
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by - written on 24/09/08 (Very useful, 169 readings)
Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7XG UK Funded in the main by lottery money, Millennium point is a vast structure housing many things. It is located in Curzon Street 10 minutes walk from Birmingham's Bullring Shopping centre and is futuristic looking (think 'Bladerunner' type place). The locale basically incorporates two attractions, first is 'Thinktank' which has taken over from the old Birmingham science museum. It is an educational 'hands on' science museum and has things like learning about medical techniques and how the body works to how appliances work such as microwaves, satellites, cars etc, there are also exhibits ... Read the complete review
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