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Science Museum, {CATEGORY}

With seven floors, the Science Museum allows one to explore the history of technology and glimpse into the future. Starting at the Launchpad, where you learn the laws of science, you can move through a vast array of interactive galleries which demand audience participation. From medical history to nuclear physics, it's all covered. Challenging the perception amongst many children that science is boring, the multitude of things to press, touch, watch and think about, make this museum a firm favorite with the kids. A popular attraction is the IMAX cinema showing 2D and 3D films for an additional cost. Please call before visiting, as event schedules are subject to change.

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Address: Exhibition Road, London SW7 2 United Kingdom

City: London

Country: United Kingdom

Phone 1: +44 8708704868

Email: feedback@nmsi.ac.uk

Official site: www.sciencemuseum.org.uk

Opening hours: Daily 10am-6pm

Exceptionally closed: Closed from December 24th to 26th

Entrance fee: Free admission

Access by subway: Tube S. Kensington

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Science Museum, {CATEGORY}

This museum traces the development of science and industry and their influence on everyday life. These scientific collections are among the largest and most significant anywhere. On display is Stephenson's original rocket and the tiny prototype railroad engine, you can also see Whittle's original jet engine and the Apollo 10 space module. The King George III Collection of scientific instruments is the highlight of a gallery on 18th-century science. The museum has two hands-on galleries, as well as working models and video displays. The museum also presents a behind-the-scenes look at the science and technology that went into making the film trilogy The Lord of the Rings. Exhibitions showcase the artifacts and animatronics, costumes, and characters from the fable. The exhibition also offers a number of interactive displays - for example, you are given the chance to be shrunk to the size of a hobbit. Insider's tip: A large addition to this museum explores such topics as genetics, digital technology, and artificial intelligence. Four floors of a new Welcome Wing shelter half a dozen exhibition areas and a 450-seat IMAX theater. On an upper floor, visitors can learn how DNA was used to identify living relatives of the Bleadon Man, a 2,000-year-old Iron Age man. On the third floor is the computer that Tim Berners-Lee used to design the World Wide Web outside Geneva, writing the first software for it in 1990. Note also the marvelous interactive consoles placed strategically in locations throughout the museum. These display special itineraries, including directions to the various galleries for families, teens, adults, and those with special interests.

Science Museum, {CATEGORY}

With seven floors, the Science Museum allows one to explore the history of technology and glimpse into the future. Starting at the Launchpad, where you learn the laws of science, you can move through a vast array of interactive galleries which demand audience participation. From medical history to nuclear physics, it's all covered. Challenging the perception amongst many children that science is boring, the multitude of things to press, touch, watch and think about, make this museum a firm favorite with the kids. A popular attraction is the IMAX cinema showing 2D and 3D films for an additional cost. Please call before visiting, as event schedules are subject to change.

Science Museum, {CATEGORY}

With seven floors, the Science Museum allows one to explore the history of technology and glimpse into the future. Starting at the Launchpad, where you learn the laws of science, you can move through a vast array of interactive galleries which demand audience participation. From medical history to nuclear physics, it's all covered. Challenging the perception amongst many children that science is boring, the multitude of things to press, touch, watch and think about, make this museum a firm favorite with the kids. A popular attraction is the IMAX cinema showing 2D and 3D films for an additional cost. Please call before visiting, as event schedules are subject to change.

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