National Media Museum Museums
The National Media Museum is part of the NMSI Museums Group (National Museum of Science and Industry) which also includes the Science Museum (based in London and at Wroughton in Wiltshire), the National Railway Museum (based in York and at Shildon in County Durham).
We exist to 'Engage, inspire and educate by promoting an understanding and appreciation of photography, film, television, radio and the web; using our collection and knowledge to deliver a cultural programme accessibly and authoritatively.
The Museum's diverse collections encompass some of the best, most significant and important visual material to be found anywhere in the world.
Our collection of photographs contains key images by the most influential photographers of our time including Julia Margaret Cameron, Anna Atkins, Martin Parr and Eve Arnold, and includes the world's first negative and the pre-eminent William Henry Fox Talbot Collection. In 2003 we acquired the world famous Royal Photographic Society Collection
The Museum's extensive collection of photographic technology contains equipment from early photography to current innovative practice. It includes The Kodak Museum Collection: a major collection of equipment which tells the story of popular photography.
Address, Bradford, Yorkshire, BD1 1NQ
Opening times10am - 6pm Tue-Sun
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