The unusual kid-friendly attraction opening in London this year – with a musical robot, playground and cheap tickets | The Sun

A FAMILY-FRIENDLY attraction is coming to London this year, where youngsters can enjoy a musical playground, meet a singing robot and try creating their own melodies. 

Turn It Up: The Power of Music will be on at the Science Museum between October 19 2023 and May 6 2024. 

Children will be able to hear, interact with and even make their own music with unusual instruments at the exhibition. 

The musical playground will see kids dance in front of a display, where a colourful stick figure will mimic any movement.

Other areas of the playground will give your young ones the chance to try and make melodies, beats and harmonies themselves. 

Kids and adults alike will also be able to take a musical Turing test to find out whether they’re able to tell the difference between music produced by humans and robots. 

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A musical robot called Haile, meanwhile, will play and improvise alongside human musicians – bringing in a futuristic aspect to the exhibition. 

Imogen Heap’s unique MiMU gloves will also be available to try, allowing kids to create their own music with simple gestures made by their hands. 

The gloves have been all the rage in recent years, with megastar Ariana Grande even using them during her 2015 world tour. 

Alongside the MiMU Gloves there will also be a variety of other unusual instruments to tinker with, including an organ powered by flames called the Pyrophone. 

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Tickets are £10 for adults, £8 for children and completely free for those under the age of four. 

Families who went to the interactive exhibition in Manchester’s Science + Industry Museum have already left raving reviews on social media. 

Millie Gooch took to her TikTok to share a clip of the exhibition, where she explained: “People had written their favourite songs and put them up on walls and I thought that was dead cute.” 

@milliegoochuk also revealed a “blue room” where people can have a “chilled moment” and listen to relaxing music. 

And in another section, there were red lockers with celebrity photos on the front. When opened, music the celebrity loves to help “pump them up” plays. 

Andy Murray, for example, listens to “Let’s Get It Started” by The Black Eyes Peas, while Harry Kane listens to “Danza Kuduro” by Lucenzo and Don Omar. 

Meanwhile, a huge new Disney attraction is coming to the UK this autumn. 

And a much-loved Harry Potter attraction has reopened after it was forced to suspend its services indefinitely in July. 

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