The Science Museum in London is one location in the city that will both intrigue and fascinate you to the core. For the science fan it is nothing short of paradise and for the layman the museum brings alive the mechanisms of how the world works.
The Science Museum is one of the biggest attractions in London drawing a crowd of nearly 3 million people annually. There are several museums in the city that displays technology but this is by far the most popular. The collections in the museum are nothing short of astounding and on this 300,000 items stand. These include a few famous items like the Stephenson’s Rock, the First Jet Engine, the Puffing Billy (The oldest surviving locomotive) and you can even find the reconstructed model of the first DNA that was created by the very famous Francis Crick and James Watson. The very fascinating prototype of the 10,000 year clock and documentation of the first type writer can also be found here. In addition to its array of intriguing exhibits, the museum also has a number of interactive exhibits which includes a massive IMAX 3D theatre that shows interesting documentaries on science and nature. If you are fascinated by the art of medicine check out the 4th and the 5th floors of the museum that is dedicated completely to the art of medicine from its history to its very fascinating present.
Every inch of this museum is etched with something remarkable to learn. The collections are unique and invaluable and the ambience reflects the same. A trip through this museum will give you the best of both edutainment and entertainment. At the end of this fascinating tour, the Dana center is an excellent stop by. The well designed bar and café is certainly a relaxing place to wind down in.
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Umanga Kahandawaarachchi is a passionate travel writer who writes under the pen name, Maggie Tulliver. Her field of writing covers a wide array of content and articles related to travel and hospitality industry.