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Science Museum

Located on Exhibition Road (along with the Natural History Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum) in South Kensington, London, is the popular London tourist attraction the Science Museum. Founded in 1857, the Science Museum now holds a collection of over 300,000 objects including such famous items as Stephenson's Rocket, the first jet engine, the first prototype of the 10,000-year Clock of the Long Now, and documentation of the first typewriter. There are also hundreds of interactive exhibits as well as the IMAX 3D Cinema, with a screen 10 times bigger than the average cinema; it shows science and nature documentaries, often in 3D.

With such a large number of galleries over four floors at the Science Museum, London, you will need to devote a whole day in order to see everything. The Wellcome Wing focuses on digital technology, whilst the fourth floor exhibit reconstructions the history of practiced medicine and the fifth floor gallery shows exhibits of medical instruments and practices from ancient days and from many countries.

The Object-rich galleries are: 'Making the Modern World', 'Energy Hall' and 'Exploring Space'.

The Hands-on galleries are: 'Energy - fuelling the future', 'Launchpad' and 'Who Am I?'

Other galleries are: 'Agriculture', 'Challenge of Materials', 'Computing', 'Docks and Diving', 'Flight', 'Glimpses of Medical History', 'Health Matters', 'Marine Engineering', 'Mathematics', 'Psychology: Mind Your Head', 'The Science and Art of Medicine', 'Science in the 18th Century', 'The Secret Life of the Home', 'Shipping', 'Talking Points', 'Telecommunications', 'Time Measurement' and 'Veterinary History'.

There is also a dedicated library at the Science Museum which was Britain's National Library for Science, Medicine and Technology until the 1960s. It holds runs of periodicals, early books and manuscripts, and is used by scholars world-wide.

Admission
Free

Address
Science Museum
Exhibition Road
London
SW7 2DD
Official website:
www.sciencemuseum.org.uk


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