Kirkaldy Testing Museum

In Victorian London, David Kirkaldy and his machine helped shape today’s world, testing materials for such as bridges from St Louis to Sydney via Blackfriars; railways; Liberty ships; the Skylon and Comet Continua

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In Victorian London, David Kirkaldy and his machine helped shape today’s world, testing materials for such as bridges from St Louis to Sydney via Blackfriars; railways; Liberty ships; the Skylon and Comet airliner. His Victorian workshop still houses the working machine and more. Open on the first Sunday of each month

Prezzi

Biglietto bambini £5.00 per biglietto
Biglietto ridotto £4.00 per biglietto
Biglietto adulti £5.00 per biglietto

Orari di apertura

Open on the first Sunday of each month: 10:00 - 16:00

Guided tours on 3rd Saturday of the month: 11:00 - 14:00

Dettagli della location & mappa

Kirkaldy Testing Museum

Indirizzo:
99 Southwark Street
London
SE1 0JF
E-mail
Trasporti pubblici:
Bus: routes 381 (County Hall to Peckham) and RV1 (Covent Garden to Tower Gateway) serve Southwark St.. Nearest stops to Museum are SQ westbound and SW eastbound, both near the junction with Lavington St. Underground: Jubilee line to Southwark; on leaving station, turn left/north along Blackfriars Rd to junction with Colombo St and Burrell St; turn right/east and cross into Burrell St; continue to junction with Bear Lane, turning left into Southwark St; turn right for no 99, Kirkaldy Testing Museum. Approximate distance: 0.3 mile/0.5 km.

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