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: The Science Museum is often overshadowed by its neighbors: the behemoth Natural History Museum and the V&A, to be specific. But inside its doors is one of the most dynamic and cutting-edge series of exhibitions in London. Sure there are the kid-friendly staples: halls dedicated to space exploration and the 3D IMAX wonder-domes. But recently the museum has been reaching for a wider audience, putting on exhibitions like "Churchill's Scientists", a gallery of science photography's influence on contemporary art, and Science Museum's Lates, a free adult-only night that takes place on the last Wednesday of every month. Each night covers themes like sex, crime, and wearable tech.
: Anyone thrilled by innovation and scientific advancement will find much to explore at this comprehensive museum. Documenting science in all its fields and variations, the facility looks at space,... Read More
: Anyone thrilled by innovation and scientific advancement will find much to explore at this comprehensive museum. Documenting science in all its fields and variations, the facility looks at space, medicine, energy, animation, public health, computers, genetics, and everything in between. Beginning with the early 18th century and continuing through the present day, the museum boasts more than 300,000 artifacts. Interactive exhibits are available, along with models and video demonstrations. The Launch pad exhibitikon started the interactivity of the big museums in Kensington, and the Science museum has just gone from strength to strength. It now has flight simulators and gadgets buttons and knobs to pull, push, twist and generally delight. TUBE: South Kensington