Reflected Patterns: Make your own teleidoscope

Come and view RAMM's collection in a totally different way

Have fun making these crazy binoculars and then wander the galleries being amazed by the wonderful colours and patterns our displays can produce.

A teleidoscope is a kind of kaleidoscope but it has a lens and an open view. It can be used to form kaleidoscopic patterns from objects outside the instrument rather than from items added to the inside.

This event is part of Museum at Large, RAMM’s urban trail of eye-catching creativity – find out more at

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