The Museum of History of Science has free wifi. Like most museums in Oxford, it has an application that downloads audio guides and interactive augmented reality functions. The Museum has more than three floors, grouping projects according to different scientific fields and research, and a free exhibition dedicated to bio-art.
The Oxford Museum of History of Science, built in the 17th century near the Bodleian Library, is a place of worship for students of science and engineering. Here are Einstein's blackboard and some interesting exhibitions on science. It's absolutely curious and worth visiting.
The Oxford Museum of History of Science is situated in an ancient building opposite the Bodleian Library. It's easy to find. Established in 1924, as a museum of Oxford University, the museum is not only for the study of the history of science, but also for the development of Western culture and collections. The Museum has three floors, collecting tens of thousands of cultural relics from ancient times to the beginning of the 20th century, covering almost all aspects of the history of science, especially the collection of astronomical instruments such as stars, sundials, quadrants, early mathematical tools, optical instruments and so on. In addition, the collection of devices related to chemistry, natural philosophy and medicine is considerable. The museum is free to visit.
There are countless museums in Oxford. I like this Museum of Natural History best. Harry's Hedwig can be found in it, and Alice's rabbit with a pocket watch in it! If you're tired of shopping, you can go upstairs and sit in bar. Ginger juice beer ash always warms your heart.~
The Oxford Museum of History of Science is situated in an ancient building completed in 1683 and is the site of the Ashmole Museum. The museum was founded in 1924. It has dual missions, both for the study of the history of science and for the development of Western culture and collections. The museum is divided into three layers. It contains tens of thousands of collections from ancient times to the beginning of the 20th century. It covers almost all aspects of the history of science, especially the collection of astronomical instruments such as star discs, sundials and quadrants, as well as early mathematical tools and optical instruments. The collection of devices related to chemistry, natural philosophy and medicine is very considerable. In addition, the museum is attached to a library on the history of science, with many collections of manuscripts, photographs and so on.
The museum shows the research process and achievements of scientists in various fields trained by Oxford University. People who like science are worth seeing. Through objects, we can feel the precipitation history of this university, which is a first-class university with abundant talents.