With its seven expansive floors, the Science Museum allows one to explore the history of technology and glimpse into the ... More
With its seven expansive floors, the Science Museum allows one to explore the history of technology and glimpse into the future. Starting at the crowd-favorite gallery, 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, the museum has got it all covered. Challenging the perception among many children that science is boring, the multitude of things to press, touch, watch and think about, makes this museum a firm favorite with the kids. A popular attraction is the IMAX cinema, where you can enjoy interesting 2D and 3D films at a nominal fee.
By far the best London attraction for children. Interactive displays, large, clean, comfortable picnic areas. Educational, but presented in such an accessible and fun way for kids. Easy to get to. And its all for FREE!!
I made a day of it with a couple of friends and really looked forward to some interactive machinery to amuse and suprise me... unfortunately it was awful, there was not much at all to do and the things on display were far from interesting... there is much better do to while in London
I have never a problem with my children to go to the Science Museum. They just love it, spend days in there and come home inspired and ready to litter our place with experiments.
The restaurants are pricey and food selection is very naff. Service, specifically in the Welcome wing restaurant, is extremely slow to the point where I walked out several times. And I know of other people who did that too. Hopefully, the renovation will bring more competition and better services. That would just add that little missing bit which makes each visit for hungry parents a rounded experience.
Much effort is made to keep the exhibits up to date with the latest scientific discoveries. It covers all the sciences, from geology to human physiology to space. I couldn't get either my son or daughter to leave!
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