About the London Science MuseumThe Science Museum in London presents the world of technology and science in a fascinating and experiential way that is suitable for children and is an important attraction in London. The museum is located in the Museum Quarter. The museum is designed in a youthful, colorful and inviting manner.
When the Museum was first established in 1857, it contained the surplus exhibits left from the Great Exhibition held in London in 1851. Today it houses a collection of 300,000 items, including steam engines, jet engines, DNA models and the “gathering time” gallery, featuring a rich collection of more than 500 timepieces. The museum has interactive exhibits and a 3D cinema, in which documentary films are screened.