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So many real scientific instruments, experiments and discoveries that you learn in school! The Christmas Lecture Theatre was a highlight for our kids too! This is a gem of a museum to come back for more in depth explorations.
This is one of London's lesser known museums but well worth a visit if you are at all interested in science. There are displays of early equipment used by Faraday, Davey, Crookes, etc. The museum is housed in a magnificent building with a fine library and wonderful old lecture theatre. It is just off Piccadilly so very easy to get... 更多
If you are interested in science or the history of science, this is a great place to see the location of some great discoveries and lots of scientific equipment and artifacts. There are a few interactive displays, but it's old school with respect to lots of reading. It was very cool to see the lecture theatre and other parts of... 更多
Very interesting - was expecting it to mostly be about how electricity is made but it centred on all the equipment that Faraday invented to do just that
Lots of interesting items in this museum - we had at least an hour and a half's walk around. Would say it was great for much younger children - some things entailed a lot of reading and understanding which was fine for us but no so for youngsters. Very interesting to see a mock-up of Faraday's lab to see how... 更多
There could be more things presented and in a bit more innovative way. But it's worth a visit, although it's small.
The museum is well worth a visit if you are attending a lecture or other event at the RI, or if you are passing by. It is not very large, so I wouldn't recommend a dedicated visit, but the museum is packed full with interesting scientific equipment and information.
This small but exquisite museum houses items that were absolutely critical in the history of science. Faraday, from humble beginnings,... 更多