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Wallace and Gromit Exhibition 2009

Wallace and Gromit Exhibition in London

28th March - 1st November 2009
The Science Museum Exhibition Rd, South Kensington, SW7 2DD
Telephone: 0870 870 4868

Real-life patented inventions, from everyday items to some of the oldest in The Science Museum London, are being showcased by the lovable pair, Wallace and Gromit at the Wallace and Gromit Exhibition London. Children and adults alike will love the Wallace and Gromit Exhibition's wacky take on the history of some of humankind's greatest inventions held by the London Science Museum.

At the Wallace and Gromit Exhibition, you will get treated to a look around a life-sized model of Wallace and Gromit's house, 62 West Wallaby Street; complete with kitchen, bathroom, living room, garden shed and the famous workshop where you'll discover some of Wallace and Gromit's crazy inventions alongside some real, ingenious contraptions at The Science Museum London.

A mix of fantasy and real-life inventions, introduced by Wallace and Gromit, is the perfect way for kids and fun-loving grown-ups to enjoy a glimpse of the technical world at the Wallace and Gromit Exhibition in London in The Science Museum Kensington. Come and join a celebration of fun, ingenious and vital inventions.

For more information on Wallace and Gromit Exhibition in London Science Museum, please phone 0870 870 4868.

Visiting Wallace and Gromit Exhibition London:

Cost: £9.00 for adults, £7.00 for children

Time: 10:00-18:00

Age Restrictions: n/a

Nearest Underground Stations:
South Kensington Tube (5 minutes)
Gloucester Road Tube (9 minutes)

For more information please visit: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk
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