the science museum

The London Science Museum is one of the largest science museums in the world, it can be found in the South Kensington area not far from the Natural History Museum. It is a fantastic museum with a lot to do, especially for children.

The museum houses famous objects, such as the Apollo 10 capsule that flew around the moon in 1969, the oldest steam locomotive and the first jet engine. But the best part is that it is primarily an interactive museum in which you not only look, but also do.

IMAX theatre

the Science Museum has an IMAX theater at its disposal. All kinds of films are shown here, such as Hubble 3D, Antarctica and a beautiful planet 3D. Of course the program varies.
tickets for the IMAX theater must be ordered separately.


in the museum there are various exhibitions, for example about scientific progress in the fight against cancer and Science Fiction

Wonder lab

divided into 7 zones, you can interact with scientific phenomena to your heart’s content. See lightning strike right before your eyes or travel through the stars.

Opening hours

daily from 10:00 to 18:00

(free) tickets can be booked via this link

how do you get there?

Underground station South Kensington then follow the signs


the london pass

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