Sound and vision

24th September 2004 at 01:00
The "Morph Machine" and "Sound Lounge" are just two of the interactive exhibits of SoundSpace, the new music and sound gallery at Eureka, the museum for children. The interactive gallery aimed at primary pupils uses sound, rhythm and performance to encourage creativity and a greater appreciation of science, maths, technology and engineering. Visitors can see and feel vibrations, produce musical sequences, create lighting and special effects, mix sounds and go on a global musical tour. Admission: from pound;3.50. Tel: 01422 330069; www.eureka.org.uk

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