MUSEUM OF TOMORROW AND SCIENCE MUSEUM
The Museum of Tomorrow and the Science Museum Group - which includes the London Science Museum and four other affiliated institutions - are partners in an unprecedented
scientific and museological cooperation. Being the first agreement of the British institution with a science museum, the partnership promotes the exchange of experiences and the
interchange of content, with the aim of promoting scientific knowledge through events, seminars, exhibitions, education programs and activities related to Science and Technology.
Science Museum Group
The Science Museum Group consists of four museums dedicated to the history of science, medicine, technology, industry and the media. With more than 5 million visitors per year, the Science Museum, the Museum of Science and Industry, the National Railway Museum and the National Media Museum bring together the largest and most important collections of science-related objects in the world. Together they add up more than 220,000 objects on display, including the command of Apollo 10, one of the first universal computers. The group has partners on all continents, where the exhibitions also travel to. More information is available on the website.