What can you see in the Science Museum London?

What can you see in the Science Museum London?

Top 5 interactive things to do at the Science Museum

  • Before you arrive: Treasure Hunters app.
  • Stop 1: Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries.
  • Stop 2: Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery.
  • Stop 3: Engineer Your Future gallery.
  • Stop 4: Atmosphere gallery.
  • Stop 5: Our Future Planet.
  • Where to eat:
  • Try at home:

What age is appropriate for the Science Museum?

The Science Museum is now open. If you would like to visit, please pre-book a free ticket. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

Does the Science Museum have lockers?

Our self-service lockers are located on level -1 of the museum. Please note that these lockers are card payment only.

Do u have to wear masks in cinemas?

SOLT – aka the Society of London Theatre – asks ‘theatregoers to wear face coverings throughout our buildings unless exempt, to protect our hardworking staff, performers and fellow audience members. ‘

Should I wear mask in London?

In England, face coverings are no longer required by law. The government suggests that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces where you may come into contact with other people you do not normally meet.

What does IMAX feel like?

The IMAX Experience is a great way to feel like you’re in the action. You can enjoy an immersive movie experience that feels life-sized and three-dimensional. These movies are filmed with special cameras, so when you watch them on your TV or computer screen they look much better than regular films.

What age is best for science museum?

From giant tubes that carry whispers to a flying saucer that radiates light, it’s an ideal place for 3–6-year-olds to discover science through play. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions, we’re unable to provide waterproof aprons for children at the water play area in The Garden.