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Don't lose your marbles at The MAD Museum.

marbles - Don't lose your marbles at The MAD Museum. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £7.80 (adult) Time: 1-2 hours
Showcasing impressive, intriguing and curiously quirky mechanical marvels, from automated figures to complex marble runs, explore the artistry behind engineering at The MAD Museum (MAD being Mechanical Art & Design - why, what did you think it meant?), on Henley Street in Stratford upon Avon, between 10.30am and 4pm today.
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SHIPSTON ON STOUR
WARWICKSHIRE
52.06057, -1.62778


Sunrise: 07:36
Sunset: 16:07
Weather: moderate rain, 12°C max, 11°C min


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