London has some of the best museums in the world and The Science Museum is definitely one of them! As a result Footprints Tours have put together the ultimate guide to The Science Museum…
Founded in 1857, The Science Museum is dedicated to science, technology, medicine and human ingenuity. It boasts 7 floors of entertaining exhibits including the Apollo 10 command module, a full-scale model of the Hyugens Titan Probe and an IMAX theatre. On average it attracts 3.5million visitors every year so it can get particularly busy on weekends! It’s best to avoid the saturday afternoon rush. The Natural History Museum is right next door and The V&A is across the road so make sure you check out them on the way back! Alternatively go for a relaxing stroll around Hyde Park.
Opening Hours: Daily, 10am-6pm
South Kensington (District and Circle, Piccadilly Line)
14, 74, 414 (Stop M) 1min walk away
NCP Car Park, 28 Pavilion Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 0HH
You can find out more information of this site, and some of the most iconic sites in the city, on our free London Walking Tour!
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