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They’ve obviously decided that it’s popular, as the Science Museum is again giving over an entire hall to computer games.

Returning for a third year this hands-on video game extravaganza features video games, computers and consoles from the past four decades, from Pong and Pacman to Minecraft and Mario.

Tickets cost £10 for an adult 90 minute session or £18 for a half-day pass. Children cost £8/£14 respectively. Full price options below.

Household names PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch will sit alongside retro consoles such as the SNES, SEGA Dreamcast and the original educational computer, the BBC Micro.

Power UP is recommended for ages 5+, and all gamers under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

In addition, adult-only evenings will run on 4th, 5th and 12th April.

Tickets go on sale on 31st January and can be booked here, or you can pre-register today at the bottom of that page for priority booking.

Power UP sessions:

Friday 30 March – Sunday 15 April

90 minute sessions at: 11am, 12pm, 14.30pm and 16.15pm

Half day tickets: 11am-2.15pm and 2.30pm-5.45pm

18+ evening sessions: Wednesday 4, Thursday 5 and Thursday 12 April 19.00-22.00

Session ticket prices

  Single session ticket Half day pass
Adult £10.00 £18.00
Senior £9.00 £16.00
Concession (Student, unemployed or disabled) £8.00 £14.00
Child £8.00 £14.00
Children aged 3 and under Free Free
Family of 3 £20.00 £40.00
Family of 4 £28.00 £56.00
18+ evening session £12.00
Science Museum Lates £5.00

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One comment
  1. If you miss out check out the Museum of Computing History in Cambridge (http://www.computinghistory.org.uk). Similar range of computers and consoles that you can play on!

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