The Science Museum was founded in 1857 in London, and today it is one of the most important science museums in the world. More than 300,000 objects are exhibited here, and more than two million guests visit the museum every year. In the science museum several categories of science are covered, for example, medical science, technical science, transportation science, agriculture and natural science.
The Science museum is interesting for children as well. In some rooms, you can do experiments and in that way they will enjoy the visit.
Among the most famous objects in the museum, we should mention Stephensons’ first steam train, the cabin of Apollo 10 and a 3D cinema.
Science Museum information:
Entrance: free (but you need to pay for some attractions inside)
Opening times: 10.00-18.00
Transport: South Kensington (Cirle/District/Picadilly line)