Great museum right next to the Uffizi, but refreshingly no queue and air conditioned.
We really enjoyed seeing Galilieo's telescope, but the museum as a whole was very interesting if you're into the history of science - although the models of the childbirth made me cross my legs a bit(!)
Two floors of high quality exhibits and on the way out a great interactive section - this brought the exhibits we'd seen early to life and was done really well.
We almost missed the basement that had a temporary exhibition of bicycles through the ages - also very good.
If you're into astronomy/science, definitely worth a look :)
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