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At-Bristol, Thinktank and Sensation benefit from ReDiscover grants
22 Sep 2004
Science centre renewal fund ReDiscover has announced a further round of awards which included grants to At-Bristol, Thinktank and Sensation.
Dreamworld visitors in the clutches of The Claw
17 Sep 2004
Australian theme park Dreamworld opens its latest white knuckle experience tomorrow (18 September), a pendulum ride called The Claw.
Tank Museum looks for Lottery cash
16 Sep 2004
South Dorset’s Tank Museum has submitted a bid for lottery money to fund a £15m development scheme.
Six Flags plans new water park for Illinois
16 Sep 2004
US-based theme park operator Six Flags has unveiled plans to build a new water park next to its Six Flags America theme park in Gurneee, Illinois.
Blenheim exhibition extended following boost to visitor numbers
13 Sep 2004
A special exhibition marking the 300th anniversary of the Battle of Blenheim has proved so popular that it is to be extended for a further three months.
Giant freshwater aquarium planned
09 Sep 2004
A group of UK scientists is looking to develop a giant £250m double-domed fresh water aquarium that would dwarf Cornwall’s Eden Project.
Museum delegation hails China trip a success
08 Sep 2004
A recent visit to China by a delegation of museum experts, led by the British Council’s project manager for creative industries, Orlando Edwards, has been hailed a success.
Continuum completes £1.2m Fenscape attraction
08 Sep 2004
Professor David Bellamy has opened a new visitor attraction in Spalding, Lincolnshire designed to promote the Fens.
Merlin opens fifth Sea Life Centre in Germany
08 Sep 2004
Dorset-based attraction operator Merlin Entertainments has opened its fifth Sea Life Centre in Germany, taking the total number of Sea Life attractions in Europe to 17.
Viking burial site finds on show at Tullie House
07 Sep 2004
Some of the artefacts recently uncovered at an ancient Viking burial site in Cumbria have today been on display at the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in Carlisle.
British Museum promotes Mummy exhibition with Caffe Nero partnership
01 Sep 2004
Caffe Nero Group is currently running a brand initiative in partnership with the British Museum to promote its virtual Mummy exhibition.
Flesh-eaters join NHM staff
25 Aug 2004
A colony of 100 flesh-eating beetles have joined the staff at the Natural History Museum (NHM) in London.
Rotating tower re-opens
25 Aug 2004
The world’s first fully rotating tower will re-open tomorrow (26 August) at the Glasgow Science Centre (GSC).
Haunted castle at science museum
25 Aug 2004
London’s Science Museum has launched its newest permanent attraction – a scary 3D film at its IMAX Cinema.
Shark skin aids top Olympic swimwear development
25 Aug 2004
A new swimsuit has made its debut at the Olympic Games in Athens after four years of research and development which began with the study of shark skin at London’s Natural History Museum (NHM).
artsExplorer exhibition planned for Wales Millennium Centre
11 Aug 2004
The Wales Millennium Centre (WMC), which is scheduled to open at the end of November, is to have an interactive exhibition at its heart designed by Continuum Group.
Continuum unveils Caesarea
10 Aug 2004
Three new attractions created by UK-based Continuum Group for the Caesarea Development Corporation have opened at the world famous archaeological site, Caesarea Maritima, on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean, north of Tel Aviv in Israel.
Attraction development plans for England’s highest waterfall
10 Aug 2004
The new owners of the highest waterfall in England, Canonteign Falls near Chudleigh in the Dartmoor National Park, have announced a number of developments for the site.
HLF announces £4m fund for heritage skills training
09 Aug 2004
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced the introduction of a £4m Training Bursary Scheme to address the shortage of essential heritage skills such as flint knapping, heather thatching, dry stone walling, stone masonry, frieze restoration and gold leafing.
Model village celebrates 75 years of heritage
04 Aug 2004
A model village, which initially began as one man’s hobby, is today celebrating its 75th birthday, making it the oldest model village in the world.
     
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9453 to 9472 of 9648 news stories
At-Bristol, Thinktank and Sensation benefit from ReDiscover grants
22 Sep 2004
Science centre renewal fund ReDiscover has announced a further round of awards which included grants to At-Bristol, Thinktank and Sensation.
Dreamworld visitors in the clutches of The Claw
17 Sep 2004
Australian theme park Dreamworld opens its latest white knuckle experience tomorrow (18 September), a pendulum ride called The Claw.
Tank Museum looks for Lottery cash
16 Sep 2004
South Dorset’s Tank Museum has submitted a bid for lottery money to fund a £15m development scheme.
Six Flags plans new water park for Illinois
16 Sep 2004
US-based theme park operator Six Flags has unveiled plans to build a new water park next to its Six Flags America theme park in Gurneee, Illinois.
Blenheim exhibition extended following boost to visitor numbers
13 Sep 2004
A special exhibition marking the 300th anniversary of the Battle of Blenheim has proved so popular that it is to be extended for a further three months.
Giant freshwater aquarium planned
09 Sep 2004
A group of UK scientists is looking to develop a giant £250m double-domed fresh water aquarium that would dwarf Cornwall’s Eden Project.
Museum delegation hails China trip a success
08 Sep 2004
A recent visit to China by a delegation of museum experts, led by the British Council’s project manager for creative industries, Orlando Edwards, has been hailed a success.
Continuum completes £1.2m Fenscape attraction
08 Sep 2004
Professor David Bellamy has opened a new visitor attraction in Spalding, Lincolnshire designed to promote the Fens.
Merlin opens fifth Sea Life Centre in Germany
08 Sep 2004
Dorset-based attraction operator Merlin Entertainments has opened its fifth Sea Life Centre in Germany, taking the total number of Sea Life attractions in Europe to 17.
Viking burial site finds on show at Tullie House
07 Sep 2004
Some of the artefacts recently uncovered at an ancient Viking burial site in Cumbria have today been on display at the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in Carlisle.
British Museum promotes Mummy exhibition with Caffe Nero partnership
01 Sep 2004
Caffe Nero Group is currently running a brand initiative in partnership with the British Museum to promote its virtual Mummy exhibition.
Flesh-eaters join NHM staff
25 Aug 2004
A colony of 100 flesh-eating beetles have joined the staff at the Natural History Museum (NHM) in London.
Rotating tower re-opens
25 Aug 2004
The world’s first fully rotating tower will re-open tomorrow (26 August) at the Glasgow Science Centre (GSC).
Haunted castle at science museum
25 Aug 2004
London’s Science Museum has launched its newest permanent attraction – a scary 3D film at its IMAX Cinema.
Shark skin aids top Olympic swimwear development
25 Aug 2004
A new swimsuit has made its debut at the Olympic Games in Athens after four years of research and development which began with the study of shark skin at London’s Natural History Museum (NHM).
artsExplorer exhibition planned for Wales Millennium Centre
11 Aug 2004
The Wales Millennium Centre (WMC), which is scheduled to open at the end of November, is to have an interactive exhibition at its heart designed by Continuum Group.
Continuum unveils Caesarea
10 Aug 2004
Three new attractions created by UK-based Continuum Group for the Caesarea Development Corporation have opened at the world famous archaeological site, Caesarea Maritima, on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean, north of Tel Aviv in Israel.
Attraction development plans for England’s highest waterfall
10 Aug 2004
The new owners of the highest waterfall in England, Canonteign Falls near Chudleigh in the Dartmoor National Park, have announced a number of developments for the site.
HLF announces £4m fund for heritage skills training
09 Aug 2004
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced the introduction of a £4m Training Bursary Scheme to address the shortage of essential heritage skills such as flint knapping, heather thatching, dry stone walling, stone masonry, frieze restoration and gold leafing.
Model village celebrates 75 years of heritage
04 Aug 2004
A model village, which initially began as one man’s hobby, is today celebrating its 75th birthday, making it the oldest model village in the world.
     
 


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