9 AUGUST 2010
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THE SCIENCE MUSEUM, in London's South Kensington, will host a season of events in August designed for those on school holidays. These include the opportunity to fly with the Red Arrows in the world’s first 3D aerobatic motion experience. Family groups visiting the museum’s fascinating flight gallery will also be able to join a new 30-minute tour to discover the history of flight and meet an Amy Johnson drama character recalling Amy’s achievement of being the first female pilot to fly alone from Britain to Australia. Under 7s can enjoy Up, Up and Away, a high flying adventure through the clouds. Children of all ages are catered for with exhibits. The Science Museum’s opening hours have been extended to 19:00 between 9 and 22 August. It normally closes at 18:00. Entrance is free. www.sciencemuseum.org.uk
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