It is not just an ordinary Science Museum but a museum that everyone could spend the entire day exploring the unique collection and to find out the interesting histories behind the development of science and engineering. The museum is enormous and is recommended for all ages. The nearest tube station is South Kensington with the main entrance to the museum is connected by a pedestrian subway from the tube station. A short five minutes’ walk is required from the tube station in order to get to the museum.
The admission to the museum is free except for some activities, galleries and special exhibitions which required a ticket. The museum has several levels starting from level -1, level 0 and level 1 to 3. Each and every level has its own highlight and my favourite section of the entire museum has to be the Flight gallery. It was indeed very interesting to discover the facts, history and development of aviation through the Wright brothers and early adventurers.
It is advisable to visit the museum during weekdays in order to avoid the big crowds during the weekends. I would highly recommend London Science Museum to all visitors in London. Kindly refer to the following link for more information on London Science Museum. (Year 2009)