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Situated in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, the Science Museum contains all the wonders of our industrial and technological age. You can see exhibits of early scientific experiments, and many industrial and transport-related exhibits from a full-size replica of Stephenson's Rocket to a detailed reconstruction of the Apollo landing craft.

The Science Museum includes many interactive displays and demonstrations. Ranging over seven floors, you will find items representing every area of the sciences, space travel, computing, medicine, telecommunications, chemistry….. the list is endless!

Check the opening hour and find out more before you arrive.

To get there from the Americana; take bus no 74 from Baker Street, the bus stop is next to crossing. The bus stops oposite the Natural History Museum. Exhibition Road runs beside the Natural History Museum.

If you would prefer to use the underground; take the Jubilee Line southbound from Baker Street to Westminster and change to the District Line. Take any westbound train to South Kensington. The museum is sign-posted from there.

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