Click to follow
The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television at Bradford is one of England's most visited museums and behind its distinctive glass front, houses six floors of interactive displays including this summer's special exhibition - The Art of Holography, featuring animated holograms. It is also home to the country's only IMAX cinema - a five-storey high screen with six-track surround sound, showing a range of films on space, wildlife and adventure.

There are two sets of family tickets (two adults, two children) on offer for entry to the IMAX cinema (the museum is free) for the first two people to come to the box-office (01274 727488) with this issue of the Independent.