The ground floor of the museum takes visitors through space exploration and the vehicles that are used for same. The first floor is devoted to food, gas, structural metals and communications. The second floor educates visitors about nuclear power, printing and computing. The third floor gives an insight into photography and optics with electricity. The fourth and fifth floors have solely dedicated to medical science.
The museum has special exhibits and also demonstrations and houses over 300,000 artifacts. Some of the most popular artifacts in this amazing London museum include Stephenson's Rocket, Puffing Billy (the oldest steam locomotive), a reconstruction of Francis Crick and James Watson's model of DNA and the first jet engine. The museum also has the earliest remainsof steam engines, a working model of Charles Babbage's Difference engineand documentation of the first typewriter. One of the most recent additionsto the museum is the IMAX 3D Cinema that shows science and nature documentaries.
The museum has a café and also a family restaurant for the convenience of visitors. However the food served is not halal certified. Visitors can also shop at the gift and souvenir shop at the entrance of the museum. Entry to the museum is free of charge.