The robots are coming.
In fact, the robots are already here.
We think of robots as a modern invention, but we've been harnessing the power of robotics for more than 500 years.
Get close to a unique collection of over 100 robots, from a 17th century dancing wine goblet and an animatronic baby, to Maria from 1927 film classic Metropolis and a news-reading android from Japan.
Go behind the scenes and discover recent developments in robotic research, and learn how robots are being built to resemble us, interact with us and think like us.
Robots at the Museum of Science and Industry explores our obsession with recreating ourselves in human form, and what it truly means to be a human in a robotic world.
Recommended for ages 7+.
£8 adults, £5 children. Family discounts available. Free for ages 6 and under.
Part of Manchester Science Festival 2017.
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Family discounts available.
Free for ages 6 and under.
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