Science Museum London


Science Museum London

The Science Museum, which was established in 1857, is one of the most celebrated London attractions. Located on South Kensington’s Exhibition Road, the museum plays host to as many as 3.3 million tourists every year. Like all the other publicly funded museums of the country, this one also doesn’t charge the tourists for admission. However, if you want to check out any temporary exhibition, you will need to pay an entry fee.

Right now, the Science Museum has over 300,000 exhibits. The museum building has seven floors, each of which has been filled with amazing exhibits. All the objects displayed in the Science Museum have been arranged based on the categories they belong to. Examples of categories you will be witnessing include nuclear power, medicine, electricity, transportation, technology, photography, food, etc.

Other than viewing the exhibits, you can also watch a film at the museum’s IMAX Theater, particularly if you have your little one with you. The museum remains open all through the year except for December 24, 25, and 26.

You would need to walk for just five minutes for reaching the Science Museum from its nearest tube station South Kensington. For covering this distance, you should use the pedestrian subway that connects the South Kensington tube station and the main entrance of the South Museum.

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Address: Exhibition Rd, Kensington, London SW7 2DD, UK
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