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Museum of the History of Science, Oxford

Categories: Science Museums, History Museums, Museums
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  • As a Scientist it was great to see the exhibits close up, The staff were knowledgable and very friendly. 
  • Size does not matter when comes to museums. This is a rather tiny museum however the stuff and gadgets in there have enormous impact in mankind history particularly the Einstein Blackboard. One should...  read more »
  • Called in whilst passing. Well worth a visit as there are a lot of fascinating pieces of equipment on display. Hope they get the lift fixed soon as it is a trial if you have a pushchair. 
  • Great museum some great artifacts little small though particularly liked the board with Einsteins hand writing on.
  • This museum would more appropriately be called the museum of historical scientific devices. It is free and worth a quick stop, but it is not a science museum in the sense that most people would think.
  • I really recommend this museum . . for those who love Einstein, note that in the basement you can admire a piece of the blackboard from one of his lectures!
  • Very interesting exhibits showing the history of all aspects of the world of science. Plenty of examples of equipment and very detailed explanations of the use of each. Well worth a visit!
  • Wonderful museum of scientific artifacts.
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