Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum, London It was the year 1928 that changed so much in modern medicine because it was the year when Alexander Fleming discovered the penicillin. From that day on, doctors had a great help in fighting bacterial infections more efficiently. You can visit a one to one reproduction of Fleming's laboratory in St. Mary's Hospital located in Paddington. You will get an idea of how Alexander Fleming worked then and how he discovered maybe the most important drug. You will get important information whatching many interesting videos or displays.

The American Chemical Society as well as the Royal Society of Chemistry announce this London attraction as an international historic chemical landmark. If you are visiting Britain, you should not miss to see the time-consuming restored laboratory of Alexander Fleming which is now in the same condition it was in 1928. Besides it includes a museum.Get yourself London Pass and enjoy this fascinating museum for free!

Alexander Fleming Museum is also a member of the London Museums of Health and Medicine and it is open to public visitors from Monday to Thursday, from 10am to 1pm. But you can also arrange a visit of the museum outside of this opening windows. The museum is closed during public holidays as well as on Christmas and the New Year’s Eve.

Please note that unfortunately there is no disabled access to the museum because of the way the building was built in 1958.

Red phone box, London So if you are now interested in the extraordinary story of this master of the medicine and the discovery which changed medicine’s world. You should not hesitate to buy and use your London Pass to visit historical momentous places just like the Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

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