The Science Museum, renowned for its historic collections and inspirational exhibitions, is a place where looking is not the only activity, you can feel the force as the Saturn V rocket launches into space or Fly with the Red Arrows in 3D.
Opened in 1857 the Science Museum has evolved into a tactile experience, encouraging visitors to actively participate with the exhibitions. From roaming around the Launchpad (a ‘hands-on, minds-on’ gallery), to experiencing 4D reality of a moon landing, accompanied by the smell of space, there is something to inspire everyone. You can enjoy your own tour led visit or choose to take part in the adult nights of free entertainment on offer.
And when it gets to the point where you need to re-energise, there are three cafes that offer the perfect respite. Entry to the museum is free, but charges are made for some special exhibitions.