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Science Museum, London

Science Museum, London
Open and free Charges apply for some exhibitions 10.00 to 19.00 (last entry 18.15) during school holidays Open every day except 24 to 26 DecemberLatest opening information Love science? Please make a donation today Your donation will help us make the most of our unrivalled collections, exhibitions and learning programmesPlease donate today Visiting the Science Museum

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