Group Trips

Award-winning interactive art works made from waste materials, teach Science through play.

Set in the beautiful priory park, a trip to Discovering42 offers an immersive and unique space to explore interactive, up-cycled artworks that delve into physics in fun new ways. Winner of the National Museum and Heritage Awards 2022 & selected as Best in Heritage 2023 

A standard trip is 2-4hrs depending on your preference. It includes a self-guided tour around the museum and a workshop. Groups are usually split in half, one half doing the tour while the others do the workshop then swapping over. 

We have use of the outdoor space and have use of marquees for workshops so we can accommodate more then one class if required. If you are bringing significantly more than 40 children then please email us, we would suggest splitting the group into three and we will host two groups in collaborative style workshop or selection of challenges while the third group is looking round, these groups would then rotate.

Payment can either be via invoice post trip or via card at the time of booking. It costs £7.50 per head and supervising parents or teachers are free. Workshops are around 1hr and usually include making something from up-cycled materials that participants can take home. Our workshops cover a range of physics topics. Please take a look at the booking form to find out more. Please get in-touch if you would like a bespoke workshop on a topic we do not currently offer. There is space to have packed lunch at the museum in the cafe area or in the priory park. 

We also offer a budget option, to just look around the museum in a self-guided tour for £3.50 per head.

BOOK & CONFIRM YOUR TRIP USING THE FORM BELOW

Visiting D42

Set in the beautiful priory park, a trip to Discovering42 offers an immersive and unique space to explore interactive, up-cycled artworks that delve into physics in fun new ways. Winner of the National Museum and Heritage Awards 2022 & selected as Best in Heritage 2023 

A standard trip is 2-4hrs depending on your preference. It includes a self-guided tour around the museum and a workshop. Groups are usually split in half, one half doing the tour while the others do the workshop then swapping over. 

We have use of the outdoor space and have use of marquees for workshops so we can accommodate more then one class if required. If you are bringing significantly more than 40 children then please email us, we would suggest splitting the group into three and we will host two groups in collaborative style workshop or selection of challenges while the third group is looking round, these groups would then rotate.

Payment can either be via invoice post trip or via card at the time of booking. It costs £7.50 per head and supervising parents or teachers are free. Workshops are around 1hr and usually include making something from up-cycled materials that participants can take home. Our workshops cover a range of physics topics. Please take a look at the booking form to find out more. Please get in-touch if you would like a bespoke workshop on a topic we do not currently offer. There is space to have packed lunch at the museum in the cafe area or in the priory park. 

We also offer a budget option, to just look around the museum in a self-guided tour for £3.50 per head.

BOOK & CONFIRM YOUR TRIP USING THE FORM BELOW

Interactive artworks made from waste materials allow learning about Science through play while provoking conversations about our throwaway society and climate change.

WHERE?

Narisa Hall/Old Band Stand, in Priory Park

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We are in priory park in a cream, glass-fronted hall, across the lawn from the pond. We have coloured bike wheel windmills out the front.

BY COACH

Parking at Priory Car Park, PL31 2DE. 

BY TRAIN

Bodmin Parkway station then catch a bus.

BY BUS

2min walk from Mount Folly or Lidl stops

BY BIKE FROM WADEBRIDGE OR PADSTOW

Camel Trail to Bodmin + 7min cycle though town along designated cycle paths.