After we finished visiting the Victoria and Albert Museums, we walked to the Science Museum not far from here. Although it was late afternoon, there were still a lot of visitors. The Science Museum was founded in 1857 and opened to the public in 1928. It is a comprehensive museum focusing on natural science, science and technology, industry and medicine. It is said that the broadcasting of the Science Museum is the best in the world. Walking into this museum, which is also a free visit, you can see a large model of steam engine and other equipment. Here is the exhibition base of the achievements of the British Industrial Revolution. There are a lot of small exhibits around, from different angles and different times, introducing every progress of human science. In addition to the world's first locomotive, we also see many locomotives of different ages, and there are some statues of scientists and technicians who have contributed to railway transportation in the nearby exhibition cabinet. To display the achievements of science and technology, we should not forget the contributions of scientists. Museums show the integration of human and objects, nature and science, time and progress. At the back of the museum, the second, third and fourth floors are all interactive spaces, where students enjoy themselves very much, and we did not understand what was going on after a while. It seems that our generation is quite far away from modern science and technology. IMX3D movies are also shown in the Science Museum, but tickets are required, and some area visits are charged. But the vast majority of the museum's free-of-charge areas were still visited, and we later found the most popular air exhibition hall in the museum. For the first time, we have seen the evolution of aircraft in such a comprehensive way, from manned aircraft to original power aircraft, from ordinary gliders to modern jet aircraft. Then we went into the Agricultural Machinery Exhibition hall, where we showed the progress of agricultural science and technology in Britain with physical and model pictures. The pastoral scenery we saw during our trip in Britain made us feel familiar with the scenery here. There are many industrialized countries leading the developing countries in agriculture, which is also the continuation of the result of the British Industrial Revolution. Finally, standing on the aerial viewing bridge of the museum, once again viewing the layout of the museum from a macro perspective. The suspension bridge is lifted by a very thin steel wire group, which is the application of science and technology in the design of bridge buildings. The visit to the Museum of Science ended at 18:30, the latest closed Museum in London, and it was a wise choice to arrange it for the last visit.
London's Museum of Science and Technology is the largest in Europe and the earliest large science and Technology Museum in the world. The staff here teach the children about the universe and help them to participate in experiential activities, which are very popular with children. Here is divided into three parts: train and car, aerospace and navigation ship. The content is very interesting and meaningful.
Children's paradise, big children's palace. Painting, painting, audio-visual painting, hand and eye, unconsciously take you into the scientific world. The museum is free of charge. Two special fee items are recommended: Flight Simulator 3D Feeling, which takes you flying. Experimental world, let you linger.
London Museum of Science is very interesting. It has a large area. There are many old British fighter planes and old car exhibitions, as well as demonstrations of the latest technology in Britain. There are many projects that you can experience personally. Teaching in pleasure is very popular with children.
SM is very considerate in giving advice on the visiting time of each exhibition hall. In that case, even if you don't watch any movies, it will take at least 14 hours to visit continuously all the time, while SM's daily opening time is from 10 to 18. So, no one can look at all the pavilions carefully at one time. What a gratifying news... In response to this situation, SM also gives visitors of different ages a very thoughtful suggestion, and its classification is impressive. In addition to adults over 16 years of age, people under 16 years of age are divided into four groups: 12-16 years old, 8-11 years old, 5-7 years old and under 5 years old. Each group has suggestions for key visits, such as the Garden Mirror on the ground floor for children under 5 years old, playing with large building blocks and so on, initially accumulating knowledge of physical phenomena such as sound, light and water. Or you can go to Pattern Pod on the ground floor and play with more interactive teaching aids, such as planting a seed on a touch screen and watching it grow into a big tree.
Compared with the universe that was born nearly 14 billion light years ago, we are clearly a drop in the ocean. The insignificance of human beings and the vastness of the universe are far from what we can imagine. But as far as the earth is the only lonely advanced civilization found in the universe so far, human wisdom and greatness are self-evident.
National Army MuseumThematically displayed uniforms and exhibits trace British army history from 1600s to the present.Royal Hospital Rd - 8 minute walk from our house.Natural History MuseumLandmark museum of animals and natural phenomena, with hands-on exhibits and animatronic dinosaurs.Cromwell Rd - 8 minute walk from our house.Victoria and Albert MuseumBlockbuster exhibitions and permanent decorative arts collection, with design shop and ornate cafe. 7 Minute walk from our house.Science Museum, LondonThe Science Museum is a major museum on Exhibition Road in South Kensington, London. It was founded in 1857 and today is one of the city's major tourist landmarks. A short walk from our house.
Do you want to know the secret of the Universe, or how things work, or to enjoy a massive 3D screen entertainment, or just to geekiing yourself near the first ever built computers? The Science Museum has them all!While the Natural History Museum next door deals with the 'living' (or the death in that matter), the Science Museum deals with the objects and technologies which we have used in the past and present.It is a great place for exploring, especially fun with children while in the same time giving us insight and knowledge of how things used to and currently work. Allow for a few hours for fully appreciate everything.Nearest tube: South KensingtonFor more details please visit the website at http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk
Fantastic free museum with a little something for everyone. I went for their adults-only Late event, held every last Friday of the month and it was a blast! Every month there is a theme and this month's was gaming to correspond with their current exhibit on the history of video games. It was a fantastic night with group video games, really interesting lectures, a silent disco, free tours and more. I would definitely go back during regular hours as there was so much I didn't see!