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Michael Faraday Museum

Founded in 1799 to disseminate the knowledge of science, the Royal Institute has remained at the forefront of scientific discovery ever since. The building was given an impressive £22m revamp in 2008, after which a crowd-pleasing café made an appearance, as well as three floors dedicated to the stuff of science. Here you’ll discover all about experiments, including the first electrical transformer, a prototype Davy lamp and a print of the first transatlantic telegraph. There’s also a replica of Michael Faraday’s laboratory, alongside RI scientists going about their daily business. The RI is most famous for their Christmas lectures series, so try and time a visit to coincide with these.

21 Albemarle Street, City of Westminster
W1S 4BS
Tel: 020 7409 2992
Opening Times: Mon-Sun 10am-6pm
Entry Charges: Admission Free

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    Tuesday 3rd October 2017

    Join speakers Steve McNeil and Rob Sedgebeer as they bring their special show to the Ri for a night of laughter and computer talk.
    Join in them in talking about all things technology, new developments and games. Try out their new toys and test your smartphone's abilities! The future-tech videogaming comedy show will leave you entertained and informed about what the up and coming games and need to know tech devices. Interaction, gaming and a night of great company and fun.

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    • 2 x Adult: £14.00 each
    • 0 x Child: £14.00 each
    • 0 x OAP: £10.00 each
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