Experience Raytheon’s exciting new MathsAlive! exhibition exclusively at the RAF Museum London.
Published on: 15 November 2019
Dates: Saturday 16 November 2019 to Sunday 15 March 2020
Schools – Monday-Friday
Public – weekends and school holidays
ADMISSION TO THIS EXHIBITION IS NOW FREE
Location: RAF Museum London
The RAF Museum London is the first venue in the UK to host MathsAlive!® a highly interactive travelling exhibition that has drawn record-breaking crowds around the world.
MathsAlive! is a new travelling exhibition aimed at 7 to 14 year olds, which has toured major science centres and museums across the United States, Australia and the Middle East. The exhibition brings to life the real maths behind what children love most – video games, sports, design, music, space and robotics – through an entertaining, hands-on interactive experience.
MathsAlive! has been developed by Raytheon Company. The exhibition’s interactive and immersive experiences engage students, encouraging them to develop a lasting interest in math and science in school, college and ultimately, the workplace.
The exhibition has already inspired hundreds of thousands of students across three continents, encouraging young people to pursue a career in STEM by connecting to them through things they love including music, sports, movies, and games. The exhibition will be making its UK debut at the RAF Museum London, following its successful tours across America, Australian and the Middle East.
“The RAF is full of stories of technological innovation so it was only natural for us to be the first venue to bring this exciting exhibition to Europe. We look forward to inspiring our younger visitors with all that science and technology has to offer.” Barry Smith, Director of Visitor and Commercial Development, RAF Museum
“We are delighted that the Raytheon MathsAlive! ® exhibition is debuting in the UK at RAF Museum London. The exhibition is designed to inspire children, parents and educators with the practical application of maths – really bringing it to life in interactive, tactile exhibits that make maths real. Thousands of children across the world have visited Maths Alive, and we know how powerful the experience can be to spark a lifelong interest in STEM.” Richard Daniel, Chief Executive of Raytheon UK