Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

Paddington
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 life-saving drug and its subsequent impact on medicine. Please note: there is no disabled access.
Venue name: Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum
Contact:
Address: St Mary's Hospital
Praed St
London
W2 1NY
Opening hours: 10am-1pm Mon-Thur; by appointment at other times
Transport: Tube: Paddington
Price: £4, £2 concs
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