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Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

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Praed Street | St Mary's Hospital, London W2, England
+44 20 7886 6528
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I spent a great time in the Alexander Fleming Museum. The museum is small but really interesting... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2015
PallantiaLab
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Madrid
A great history lesson for anyone in Healthcare Science / medicine

visited the museum after a recommendation from a laboratory colleague. Just £4 to enter , the... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2015
woggle
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Cardiff, United Kingdom
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Museum features the reconstructed 1928 laboratory of bacteriologist Alexander Fleming, the founder of penicillin.
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good32%
  • Average14%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible0%
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Praed Street | St Mary's Hospital, London W2, England
Paddington / Maida Vale
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Reviewed 2 December 2015

I spent a great time in the Alexander Fleming Museum. The museum is small but really interesting even if you are not a medical profesional. It should be noticed that in this small laboratory is where took place one of the most important discovery in...More

2  Thank PallantiaLab
Reviewed 3 November 2015

visited the museum after a recommendation from a laboratory colleague. Just £4 to enter , the curator and other volunteers that run the museum are extremely knowledgable. Great to see the laboratory and all the old equipment, this would be a great little history lesson...More

1  Thank woggle
Reviewed 23 September 2015

Undoubtedly the excitement is great to think that a small observation led to a very important turning point for all humanity. How many of us they have never used the penicillin - or its derivati- least once in their life or the lives of loved...More

2  Thank raoulhood
Reviewed 10 March 2015

This tiny museum is simply awesome. I am not even a science person and I loved it. The history here is amazing. If you ever took penicillin, or even know about penicillin, you should go to this museum. The museum is the lab of Alexander...More

2  Thank 1AnnieEliza
Reviewed 13 November 2014 via mobile

Nothing special, could be really improved and more interactive. But its Ok and should be visited by health professionals.

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Reviewed 3 June 2014

I came. I saw. I Nergasmed. If you like the sciences or just like to learn interesting stuff, come here. It isn't a popular attraction because only nerds, like myself, enjoy this stuff! Mom, Dad, and I got a nice tour and about an hour...More

2  Thank bambatbambat
Reviewed 23 May 2014 via mobile

My husband and I visited this museum as we wanted to see it but also see things different from the normal tourist trail. A short, few minutes walk from the tube station situated within St Mary's hospital, it's well signposted. £4 entry per adult and...More

1  Thank Vazbo
Reviewed 12 December 2013

The hallways are fairly small. I liked the area of where Fleming worked but I didn't need a 30 minute talk about it despite the guide being really nice. I also then watched some video about the discovery of penicillin which was basically what the...More

1  Thank olivvee_
Reviewed 14 September 2013

The museum itself is small, is Fleming's lab, which is just a room inside the hospital. However, the story presented is very interesting ! You are first watching a 10 minutes movie about Fleming and his discovery. Then you go to his lab, which contains...More

1  Thank havanadri
Reviewed 9 July 2013

Felt like a personal tour of Fleming's work place. Small, beautifully laid out and very helpful curators. You only need 45 minutes or so to see it so go if you are at Paddington and have any interest in the discovery of a drug that...More

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