London is a huge metropolis that perfectly balances history, culture and the arts. The Science Museum is a free museum in South Kensington, featuring the many wonders of science.
The Science Museum was established in 1857 and now holds a collection of over 250,00 items. Some of its galleries include cinematography, The Babbage Papers, and historic railway posters. The museum features the oldest surviving steam locomotive, some of the earliest made steam engines, the first jet engine, and more!
The museum also contains objects from medical history and the art of medicine and a dedicated library. It holds periodicals and some early manuscripts. It also has a number of temporary exhibits, events for families, and a few cafes and restaurants if you’re looking to grab a bite to eat.
Visit their official website to help plan your visit!