Museums are a haven of science and understanding of the non-fiction, but not all science museums are equal. Some simply stand out in terms of the grandeur and the quality of their exhibits and exhibitions. Some are extraordinarily equipped while others have got a collection of age-old stuff.
The following 5 prime examples are all worth visiting if you are in the vicinity in the future:
1. The Natural History Museum, London
The Natural History Museum in London is one of the best science museums in the world. It is also one of the oldest and most famous museums all around. Featuring awe-struck exhibits all wrapped up in a masterpiece of architectural design, this museum is a must visit for anyone who is a science freak. It’s quite understandable that the main theme of the museum is natural history and it features collections about animals, plants, human biology, minerals, and natural resources.
2. The Exploratorium, San Francisco
The Exploratorium in San Francisco is filled with engaging and educational exhibits. It truly stands for its pen-name "The Scientific Fun House" and offers a very different museum visiting experience. Its main mission is to create young scientists by letting them see just how exciting science can be. "Our vision is a world where people think for themselves and can confidently ask questions, question answers, and understand the world around them."
3. The Swiss Museum of Transport, Switzerland
The Swiss Museum of transport (Verkehrshaus der Schweiz) is located in Lucerne in Switzerland and is packed with different modes of transport. Majority of the exhibits are Swiss car models from the early 1900s onwards which also includes planes, trains, shops, and some communication technology.
4. The National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C.
The National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. is a part of the Smithsonian Institution and one of the best science museums in the world. This is one of the best aviation and human flight history museums in the world as well.
5. Te Papa Museum, Wellington
Te Papa Museum in Wellington is New Zealand's national museum. Te Papa roughly translates to "Our Place" from Maori, and the museum made it open for all in 1998 after getting associated with the National Museum and National Art Gallery.
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