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Top Science-related places to visit in London.



Some great scientific events and breakthroughs have occurred here in London, this is a collection of the pioneers and where they happened:

TOP 10 SCIENCE RELATED SIGHTS IN LONDON:

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11. Charles Babbage was born here @ 44 Crosby Row, Newington, London
12. Gaiety Theatre & Marconi House @ Citibank House, 336/337 Strand, London
13. World's 1st Business Computer @ Kaevener House, Hammersmith Road
14. Clouds Godfather lived here @ 7 Bruce Grove, Tottenham
15. Sir Isaac Newton lived here @ 87 Jermyn Street, St James, London
16. James Parkinson lived here. @ 1 Hoxton Square, Hackney
17. Biker Denis Johnson worked here @ 69-75 Long Acre, Covent Garden, London
18. The Statue that Copies You @ Sumner Street
19. Hampstead Observatory @ Lower Terrace, Hampstead
20. Colour Mauve invented here @ 290 Cable Street, London
21. London Zoo @ Regent's Park, London
22. The atom bomb was born here @ Southampton Row, London
23. The home of Ada Lovelace @ 3 St James Square, St James
24. The Colonnade Town House @ 2 Warrington Crescent, London
25. The Faraday Effect @ Trinity Wharf, Greenwich, London
26. The Man who knew everything @ 48 Welbeck Street, Westminster
27. The Royal Institution @ 21 Albemarle Street
28. Zoologist Gosse lived here @ 56 Mortimer Road, Hackney
29. Pole Hill's Inaccurate Obelisk @ Pole Hill, Chingford
30. The Faraday Memorial @ Elephant and Castle Roundabout
31. Faraday's Apprenticeship @ 48 Blandford Street, Marylebone, London
32. Advancing Geography @ 1 Kensington Gore
33. Bouncing Bomb inventor's house @ 241 New Cross Road, New Cross
34. Explorer Stuart lived here @ 9 Campden Hill Square, London
35. Charles Fort lived here @ 39A Marchmont Street, London
36. John Logie Baird lived here @ 3 Crescent Wood Road, Sydenham
37. Balloonist Gleisher lived here @ 20 Dartmouth Hill, Blackheath, London
38. Why not pat a Pygmy Goat @ Albert Bridge Road, London
39. Charles Darwin's Down House @ Luxted Road, Downe, Kent
40. John Logie Baird's TV demo @ 22 Frith Street, London
41. Society for Psychical Research @ 14 Deans Yard, Westminster
42. Huggins' Observatory @ 90 Upper Tulse Hill
43. Blood donation founder's house @ 5 Colyton Road, London
44. Joseph Priestley lived here @ 113 Lower Clapton Road, Hackney
45. Francis Galton Lived Here @ 42 Rutland Gate, Knightsbridge
46. The Freud's Lived Here @ Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens
47. London Planetarium @ Marylebone Road
48. Trinity Buoy Wharf @ 64 Orchard Place