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  Science Museum
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The Science Museum is one of three British museums which, with the National Railway Museum, York and the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford which together are the National Museum of Science & Industry ( NMSI ).

The Science Museum opened in 1857, as the South Kensington Museum, on land purchased with the profits from the Great Exhibition of 1851. At the Science Museum visitors can experience the major scientific advances of the past 300 years. There are over 40 galleries with the world's finest collections in science history technology and medicine offer over thousands of interactive exhibits with many permanent displays. From working steam engines to Apollo 10. A IMAX 3D film theatre is now open.

The Science Museum holds the world's largest and most significant collection illustrating the history and contemporary practice of science, technology, medicine and industry.

Tip : Nearest Tube - South Kensington

Address: Exhibition Rd., Kensington, London SW7 2DD
Directions: Nearest Tube, South Kensington. Near Imperial College Rd.
Phone: +44 870 870 4868
Website: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

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  • Written Oct 30, 2004
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