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Welcoming over 3 million visitors a year, the Science Museum aims to make sense of the science that shapes our lives, inspiring visitors with iconic objects, award-winning exhibitions and incredible stories of scientific achievement. The Science...more
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My adult daughter and I visited mid week around lunchtime. Although the ground floor is very interesting I’d advise starting on the top floor at this time of day to avoid the many school visits as the shrieking and swarming can be a bit too...More
I adore this museum, having been a few times there is genuinely no better museum in London.
It’s really interactive with ever-changing galleries and exhibitions, which are always amazing.
The 3rd floor has some awesome planes you can walk through and look at and the...More
Full of great exhibits, easily explained scientific facts and the links that hold them all together. Superb!
The facilities are good the layout is good the whole building buzzes with the old and young taking the most from the experience. Will go again, no hesitation,...More
Window into the private lives of the Tsar and Tsarina and their children through unique artefacts, documents and photographs never before on public display in the UK, examine the crime scene and learn more about the advances in medical and forensic science which would transform...More
Spent the free on here after visiting the museum nearby, it is free but you can make a donation when entering
Lots of hands on things for children to do and my daughter like the aeroplanes of all ages!
Does get busy so leave plenty...More
We enjoyed the space exhibition and the modern world room on the ground floor. Lots to look at, however we didn't want to pay to see either of the films. There are so many interactive stations upstairs that we skipped most of them. There's too...More
Sunday morning and while the whole world was lining up for the Natural History Museum (and queues that I can compare only to DisneyWorld) we opted for the no-queue Science Museum. I have visited this many times and it is still a treat. All very...More
I had great memories of school trip's here many years ago. The place was fantastic and I enjoyed learning so much from the many great exhibition's. Now I find it totally boring. Everything center's around 3d shows and flight simulators all costing extra. There is...More
With its ivied mews, row upon row of Poppins-esque white washed mansions, and placid garden squares, it's easy to see the charms of South Kensington. And with superb access to Hyde Park, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens, as well as the largely child-friendly and mostly free Museum Quarter (not to mention more major attractions like Royal Albert Hall) such charms are easy to make the most of. As welcoming
and cosmopolitan as it is reserved and residential, South Kensington is always a hit with visitors.
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It’s better to go on weekdays first thing in the morning (opens at 10:00 am). That gets you in early together with whatever people might be there at that time and lots of time to take breaks and get around the entire museum... More
It’s better to go on weekdays first thing in the morning (opens at 10:00 am). That gets you in early together with whatever people might be there at that time and lots of time to take breaks and get around the entire museum, including the museum shop.