1. Hollie W

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    Something for everyone here. Great modern exhibits for example the new one “Information Age” – really interesting. They have late openings for adults every month which are around a theme and include talks, activities and a bar (snacks too). Definitely worth checking out. Also has a fantastic photography space with some great exhibitions such as “Drawn by Light”

  2. Corinna Chan

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    Highly interactive experience and a great place to spend some free time. To see all exhibits thoroughly will definitely take more than one day, so managing the time you have will be key. There will be lots of children in the museum regardless of the day of the week, but if you are looking for an alternative, they also offer an adult-only evening once per month with specific themes.

  3. Neil Smither

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    Best time to bring your children is as near to opening time as comfortable for you. (less busy)The kids will love the Basement section with a play area called the garden with water play and touch and press items. for the older child the ‘Launch Pad’ on the third *floor is great, with tons of interactive play going on. At displayed times they do free shows at the launch pad with explosions and all sorts of lab surprises. some shows also when published go on for the younger kids in the basement.There’s café’s just about everywhere in the museum. And two picnic areas, one at basement level called ‘The terrace’ and one on the third level *accessed by the lift near entrance or by stairs going around the suspended time pendulum.The science Museum is a pretty vast place, so get a map and give anything you can to help The science museum continue to provide you and your kids with scientific wonders.It’s all free to get in and play and learn. Plenty for the mature amongst us to see too! with artifacts from the history of time, navigation, Flight, space exploration and technology.

  4. Gina Bees

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    World class! Great exhibits and even during half term we didn’t need to queue. Staff around the place were friendly and helpful. We stopped for refreshments and while you expect to pay additional the food was good and the service was fast. Everyone must go there!

  5. Mark Garwell

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    My favourite museum on earth, there is something for all ages and interests. If you have kids they will love the experiments and want to stay for hours. I would recommend planning for this to be the case, it does get so busy though so do please be warned.