New Exhibits coming to MAD

New Exhibits coming to MAD

We are currently preparing 3 fantastic new pieces of automata ready for exhibiting. These sculptures were all made by the legendary automata maker, Keith Newstead. We first came to hear about these one-of-a-kind pieces when a private collector contacted us. Over the...
Special Feature – Chris Fossey

Special Feature – Chris Fossey

The Man Behind All Of MAD’s Fantastic Images We first came across Chris in 2013 when he visited our museum as part of a photography group (way back when we were on Sheep Street). His attention to detail and use of bright colours really appealed to us. So much so...
Press Release from Lukas van de Vrande

Press Release from Lukas van de Vrande

Dutch artist brings art to Stratford The Dutch artist Lukas van de Vrande brought a piece of art he made to the MAD Museum in Stratford upon Avon. His machine ‘Two Million Years’ is a combination of art & science. Stripes move up and down, back and forth, and when...
New Exhibit – The Juggler

New Exhibit – The Juggler

A week after we started displaying a fantastic new rolling ball sculpture by Robert Moore, we were lucky enough to get another mind-boggling creation! Meet The Juggler by David Bowerman.   TEMPORARY EXHIBIT  – ON DISPLAY UNTIL 28TH MAY 2019   The...
New Exhibit – The Infinitram

New Exhibit – The Infinitram

A few days ago, one of our very favourite artists, Robert Moore brought a brand-new exciting exhibit to display at MAD. Since we first opened our museum in 2012, Robert has exhibited several fantastically whimsical and clever rolling ball machines and ‘Infinitram’ is...
3D Printed Marble Runs

3D Printed Marble Runs

New exhibits at The MAD Museum We’ve just started exhibiting 5 new 3D marble runs. These have all been specially printed using a 3D printing machine and each demonstrates different lift mechanisms and design. WHAT IS 3D PRINTING? 3D printing is the process in which...
Half-term tickets will be able to be booked from October 1st. No pre-booking necessary during the week (only at weekends and school holidays)
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