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Covering all aspects of science, technology, and medicine, the Science Museum is the star of the trio of museums on Exhibition Road (the others are the V&A and the Natural History Museum).
This, one of the three great South Kensington museums, stands next to the Natural History Museum in a far plainer building. Full review →
The country's pre-eminent museum of science, this is one of the capital's great interactive experiences, filled with buttons to press, levers to pull, and experiments to absorb you. Full review →
With seven floors of interactive and educational exhibits, this scientifically spellbinding museum will mesmerise adults and children alike, covering everything from early technology to space travel. Full review →
This temple to the sciences - 5 floors covering 5ha in all - is remarkable for the richness of its collections, and for the methods it employs to engage visitors. Full review →
The Science Museum features seven floors of educational and entertaining exhibits, including the Apollo 10 command module and a flight simulator. Full review →
Families flock to this museum, as do school kids taking part in field trips (380,000 visit as part of a school group each year). Founded in 1857 as part of the South Kensington Museum,... Full review →