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This activity/museum was absolutely amazing. It was a complete immersive experience into an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D-like training facility complete with actual props from the movies themselves in glass cases. Many interactive experiences as well and epic photo opportunities. Would describe them all, but wouldn't want...More
Great day out.
The premise behind the activity is that you are heading through an Avengers training facility and on arrival you are briefed on the task at hand.
Full of information & movie props. Also includes a lot or science information.
Quite a number...More
What a great experience, immersing yourself in the land of Marvel. To see props and costumes up close and personal was gobsmacking. As well as all the information you need to know about the characters. To have a team dedicated as they were Marvel was...More
Lots of fun for all ages. Lots of cool things to look at and fun simulations to play.
Takes about 1-2hours.
Get a discount ticket thought, not really worth paying full price.
Date of experience: June 2018
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