In the Science museum you can make great gymnastics of the brain and have fun with provocative games. At the exhibition “Space and Culture” you will see a map of the moon, old telescopes, one of which has helped the discovery of Uranus, and other interesting things.
Founded in 1892, the Science Museum was originally envisioned a mix of artifacts donated by the Royal Society of Arts and the World Exhibition of 1857, but now houses a unique collection of thousands of technological inventions, collected over more than 100 years.
There is even an IMAX 3D cinema. The screen is higher than four double-decker buses, lined up on each other. These dimensions and high quality definately will make you feel like you are at the event. A real journey from the era of the industrial revolution until today.
The Science useum is next to Victoria and Albert and the Natural History Museum. However, do not expect to see three museums for several hours. Even only 5 floors of the Science Museum will take you all day. The interesting thing here is that each floor examines technology and science from a different aspect, using interactive displays and information. There are vehicles and space research on the ground floor. The first floor is devoted to food, gas, metals and structured communications. On the second floor you can learn about nuclear energy, printing and computing. The third is devoted to photography and optics and the last two stories focus on the medicine.
Total exponents are over 300 000 and are divided into the following sections: “World Cultures”, “Toys and hobbies”, “Social History”, “Science and Technology”, “Natural sciences” “Medicine”, “Land and maritime transport”, ” Inland waterways”, “Industry”, “Fine Arts”, ” Cinema and Media”, “Design, Costume and Textiles”, “Coins and medals”, “Aviation”, “Archives”, “Agriculture”.