Capital Science lecture at the Tower of London
- Starts at: 2:00pm Thursday 28 January 2010
- Finishes at: 3:00pm Thursday 28 January 2010
- Location: Tower of London
- Suitable for: Adults 18+
- Event type: Lecture
A Royal Armouries history of science lecture at the Tower of London as part of Capital Science and the Royal Society’s 350th anniversary in 2010.
“Hear about the historic links between science and one of London’s greatest landmarks in the historic and iconic setting of the Tower itself.”
The Royal Armouries aims to interest and inspire you this January as we look at the history of Royal Society Fellows linked to the Tower of London.
We will briefly look at Newton, Flamsteed, Oldenburg, Moore and Mudge and discuss how their patronage to others at the Tower could have influenced, or been influenced, by their scientific work.
Date: 28th January 2010
Time: 2pm to 3pm
Venue: The Tower Vaults Education Space at the Tower of London, London, EC3N 4AB. Directions will be given on booking.
Price: Free but booking is essential. Please call The Royal Armouries’ Education Team on 020 3166 6660 to book your place.
Extra information: This event is free but places are limited to limited to a maximum of 20 places – booking is therefore essential.
The Tower Vaults Education Space is located outside of the Tower of London and therefore no entrance fee is payable.
For those who wish to also visit the Tower of London we have negotiated a discounted entrance fee of £10 (normally £17 at the gates),
Audience: This talk is suitable for the over 16s.