The Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner has a brand new contraption that quizzes visitors and gives them sweets.
The Heath Robinson Museum collaborated with The National Museum of Computing (TNMoC) at Bletchley Park to help celebrate their reconstruction of a Second World War code-breaking machine they named after artist, Heath Robinson.
In acknowledgement of the connection with Heath Robinson, TNMoC have built an interactive fun contraption called Just William for the museum in Pinner Memorial Park, which can be found in the Museum’s Heath Robinson Gallery.
Visitors can interrogate Just William and, if its questions are answered correctly, can win a sweet!
Just William was a hugely popular attraction for the 200 or so visitors – young and old alike – to the museum as part of Open House London on Saturday, September 21.
All clearly enjoyed their visit and took full advantage of the opportunity to chat to the Museum’s architects, ZMMA.
Entry to the museum for Open House London was free and entry to the galleries will now remain free during the current exhibition for children up to the age of 18 and up to 25 for young people with a student card.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Access to the Activity Studio only will remain at £2 for children and free for accompanying adults.
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