SCIENCE MUSEUM

The museum was founded in 1857. At first the museum was part of the South Kensington Museum together with the current Victoria and Albert Museum, but was separated and became the Museum of Patents in 1858, later called the Patent Office Museum in 1863. This museum contained the majority of the most famous objects that are now part of the Science Museum. In 1885, the Science Collections were renamed as the Science Museum, and in 1893 was appointed a director of the museum. The Art Collections were renamed the Art Museum, which later became the Victoria and Albert Museum. The Patent Office was integrated into the museum in 1901. Since then, and with changes in the structure and philosophy, the museum have the colections of the science, technology, industry, and medicine, most comprehensives in the world.

The Science museum is in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD. In front of the museum, there is the Natural History Museum, in the Crownwell Road. The Victoria & Albert Museum is near the Museum too. Next to the museum there is the Imperail College Roas and the school Imperial College too. If your low on the Exhibition Road arrive at the metro station South Kensigton. And if you low in the street you'll arrive at the Albert Hall and at the Hyde Park.

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS:

The entry in the Science Museum is free, like other museums in the city. But if you want to entry in the Cinema 3D, simulation, guides and some other special things, you will have to pay. EXPLORE TIKET
adult - £20.00 child/concession - £17.50

IMAX 3D
adult - £10.00 child/concession - £8.00 family (1 adult, 2 children) £20.00 family (2 adults, 2 children) £27.00 family (2 adults,1 child) - £21.00

LEGEND OF APOLLO
adult - £5.00 child/concession - £4.00 family (1 adult, 2 children) £12.00 family (2 adults, 2 children) £16.00 family (2 adults,1 child) - £13.00

MUSEUM DUIDE BOOKS
Science Museum Guide £5.00 Kids Explorer Book £5.00

FLY 3D
adult - £5.00 child/concession - £4.00 family (1 adult, 2 children) £11.00 family (2 adults, 2 children) £15.00 family (2 adults,1 child) - £12.00

BRITHAY PARTIES
Coordinator Fee - £50.00 Child Big Screen Birthday £11.00

EVENTS:

EATING AND SHOOPING
The Science Museum features two main cafés, and various smaller ones and a large shop selling science-based toys and books. EATING You may eat and drink in any uncarpeted area of the museum. If you have brought your own food, seating is provided in the picnic area on the first floor. Our cafés accept all credit cards. REVOLUTION CAFÉ Situated in the Energy Hall on the ground floor, this self-service cafe is open every day and serves a range of sandwiches, salads and soup as well as hot meals. You can also recharge with a hot or cold drink and a slice of homemade cake. DEEP BLUE A family restaurant, located on the ground floor at the back of the museum, that offers great views of the high-tech Wellcome Wing. SHOOPING The museum has a shop with toys of every kind, bright, noisy, wit ... It also has necklaces, Rubic's cubes, some food, drink ... And much more!

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