Friday, June 10, 2011

London Science Museum

We finally made it to the London Science Museum this trip. I've been wanting to do this for ages, but the crowds have always kept us away. The schools are back in this week and we decided to go for it. While there were certainly a lot of school groups there (you can't win!), the crowds were really manageable and Kel had a great day out.

Here is Kel working on a circuitry project. He rigged a sensor pad to ring a bell and turn on a light when pressed. He said, "This is real science!".

This was cool. You put a straw onto this metal rod, then bit down and plugged your ears. It played radio right into your head!

Kel and this group of school boys spent ages watching dry ice zoom around in a purple pool. Whatever keeps them occupied, right?

It was our last day out in London, so I had to get a quick snap of Kel next to the Underground train as it pulled out of the station. He does love transit!

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