Following extensive flooding into Magna’s basement the WATER PAVILION is out of action as well as the LIFTS in the exhibition area. Air, Earth, Fire and the Big Melt are working normally. Please note that ONLY Fire and the Big Melt are wheelchair accessible. Air and Earth Pavilion access is ONLY via the stairs. If you have already booked a school visit Magna’s education team will be contacting you directly to discuss your visit. At the present time we are unable to say when the Water Pavilion and the lifts will be back in service. Please contact us on 01709 720002 for more information.
Magna is a science centre with unique learning opportunities. It’s an awesome building set in the former Templeborough Steelworks, providing an exciting and inspiring education surroundings for school trips. Pupils can explore and discover science, technology, design and industrial history in an incredible, hands-on environment.
Find out about our exhibition, steel heritage, workshops and outreach education programmes. To enquire about our school trip programmes or to make an education booking please call 01709 723116 or email email@example.com. You can also get more information to help plan your visit as well as useful resources to download.
“Thanks for such an inspirational facility that you have established to support appreciation of the heritage of the Steel industry. I visited Magna, from Denaby Main Primary, with my Y6 children. We were truly spoilt by John’s Living Steel workshop- the children enjoyed the science-based experimentation, mixing of ingredients, handling of objects and the highlight, for us, was to watch a true forger at work. John shared, not just his skill with, but his heart for, Steel.” Lynn Mathers, Denaby Main Primary School.