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Tellus Science Museum Welcomes 300,000 Visitors Since Opening

. June 24, 2010 . 0 Comments

On Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Tellus Science Museum welcomed its 300,000th visitor since opening its doors last year. The lucky visitors who broke the mark were a family from Connecticut. Charles and Ilona Pomeroy, with their daughter Gabrielle, were visiting their daughter’s godparents, who suggested they stop by the museum. “We’re just so excited,” said […]

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Science Museum to Open Climate Science Gallery

. June 23, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Science Museum in London, has announced new details of ‘atmosphere: exploring climate science’ the new climate science gallery opening in November 2010. ‘atmosphere’ will provide a dedicated space for Science Museum visitors to deepen their understanding of climate science in an enjoyable, engaging and memorable way. It will include interactive exhibits and a variety […]

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The National Museum of Computing Corporate Foundation Sponsorship Programme

The National Museum of Computing Corporate Foundation Sponsorship Programme

. June 22, 2010 . 0 Comments

The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) at Bletchley Park is offering twelve companies the opportunity to become Foundation Sponsors of its world-class museum. TNMOC, which opened in 2007, already ranks amongst the world’s top three museums dedicated to computing. The Museum offers a unique insight of seven decades of computing with working displays including a […]

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Steam Locomotives Mallard and Tornado at the National Railway Museum (NRM)

Steam Locomotives Mallard and Tornado at the National Railway Museum (NRM)

. June 19, 2010 . 0 Comments

Two of the world’s most famous steam locomotives, Mallard and Tornado, will be united in the Museum’s car park on 22 June to give visitors an amazing opportunity to get up close to them, before they travel together to Locomotion, the NRM’s sister Museum in Shildon, County Durham, on 23 June. Mallard is one of […]

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Seattle Museum of Flight to Break Ground on New Space Gallery

. June 19, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Museum of Flight will break ground on its new Space Gallery, Tuesday, June 29 at 10 a.m. and announce the state’s major commitment to bringing one of the three retiring Space Shuttles to Seattle. The groundbreaking will take place next to the Museum of Flight Library and Archives Building, 9303 East Marginal Way South […]

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