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Spies at the Science Museum

786072-672764-thumbnail.jpg786072-672780-thumbnail.jpg Took Jake to the new Spy exhibition, very Alex Rider meets the young James Bond. lots to do and if you avoid the crowds low on stress. Best bit for me was the shop at the end, normally some tacky exploitation to fleece the last of your cash, but this had been handled with real wit and humour, spy-like brief cases held stock while lighting was provided by angle-poise lamps, simple but effective. the show has a fairly decent web site as well. Not masses of 'science' explained but loads of entertainment. Almost worth the £18 to get in. The main bit of the Science Museum is free and as stunning as ever.-although the shop was looking alittle tatty today.

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