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Science Museum

(Named Buildings) 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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Noun1.Science Museum - a museum that collects and displays objects having scientific interestscience museum - a museum that collects and displays objects having scientific interest
museum - a depository for collecting and displaying objects having scientific or historical or artistic value
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With over five million visitors each year and an unrivalled collection, it is the most significant group of museums of science and innovation worldwide.
Only four buildings outside of London have been selected to receive subsidy - the Royal Armouries, in Leeds; the Museums of Science and Industry, in Manchester; the National Museums and Galleries in Liverpool; and the National Railway Museum in York.
Chicago's Field Museum is one of the world's great museums of science, environment, and culture, as well as a being dedicated to public learning and scholarly research.