a museum in London, originating from 1852 and given its present name and site in 1899: contains collections relating to the history of science, technology, and industry
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How to use Science Museum in a sentence
The regal technological milestone was passed as the Queen attended the opening of a new gallery at the Science Museum in London.
The Daily Pic: Feng Mengbo reveals Shanghai's decrepit Science Museum.
One set was made in England for the Science Museum in the two years 1928 and 1939.
The Science Museum drawings show the tube section threaded and screwed into the castings.
The Science Museum did have constructed from its own drawings a very fine replica which is completely operable at this time.
The visit to the Science Museum could be an attempt to bowl them over with an eon-long vista of Ryke superiority in the sciences.The Unlearned | Raymond F. Jones