The centrepiece of the museum is the laboratory in which Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928. Displays and video tell the story of how Fleming's chance discovery became a lifesaving drug and its subsequent impact on medicine. Please note: there is no disabled access.
|Venue name:||Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum||Contact:|
St Mary's Hospital
|Opening hours:||10am-1pm Mon-Thur; by appointment at other times|
|Price:||£4, £2 concs|