The 2019 programme is now past. We will be launching the 2020 programme mid August 2020.

  • Exterior of Museum of Life Sciences
  • Interior of Museum of Life Sciences
  • Exterior of Museum of Life Sciences
  • Carved  wooden decoration on oak cabinets
  • Cupboards from the laboratory of Professor Maurice Wilkins, joint nobel laureate for his work on the structure of DNA
  • Original cast of bronze sculpture by John Wells of Sir Laurence Bragg, nobel laureate for his work on X-ray crystallography that enabled the discovery of the structure of DNA by Watson, Crick and Wilkins.  The final bronze protrait in the Royal Institution.

King's College London: Museum of Life Sciences

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place
Hodgkin Building, Guy' Campus, King's College London, SE1 1UL
info_outline
Disabled access

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: London Bridge
train
Nearest train: London Bridge
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Bus routes: 343, 133, 35, 21
Constructed in 1902 as the Will's Library, part of Guy's Hospital Medical School. Building of red brick with additional stonework and partially covered in creeper. Internally are carved oak cabinets and columns.

Design

Original design
Unknown, 1826
Refurbishment
Unknown at present, 1902
Type
Museum
Period
Georgian