The Science Museum has
seven floors of educational and entertaining exhibits that will fascinate all young scientists. There’s
a Apollo 10 command module and a flight simulator, the Wellcome Wing, showcasing
contemporary science, medicine and technology and the Clockmakers' Collection,
which is the oldest display of clocks and watches in the world. Specifically
for the kids, Pattern Pod teaches 5-8 year olds about the importance of
patterns in science. Get ready to uncover the unexpected - like a space
toilet, a seven-toed cat and a pregnant man. The museum’s in-house IMAX cinema
shows scientific films in 3D, allowing visitors to be surrounded by space or
submerged in the depths of the ocean.
Good to knows
Tickets for the IMAX start at £11 for adults and £9 for children. Booking is recommended.
You need to buy a ticket for the flight simulators and some special exhibitions