When it comes to technology, there’s no better place to be than London. The city is home to an inspiring collection of museums, institutions and attractions that showcase amazing discoveries and innovations in the world of technology.
If you’re a tech lover planning a trip to our hotels near Shoreditch Station, you’ll find yourself on the doorstep of these exciting attractions thanks to the convenient travel links near the M by Montcalm Shoreditch. Here are a few great places to add to your itinerary.
Exhibition Road, London
London’s famous Science Museum is a technological wonderland that has been captivating the imaginations of children and adults alike for years. As you step inside the museum, your eyes will be bombarded with colour and light as you stare up at the giant metal ring that sits in the centre of the hall shedding light all around. Browse the historical exhibit and see how technology has evolved over thousands of years. Head over to the Robots installation and gaze into the future of modern technology as you learn about how far AI has come. The Science museum truly is a must-see for any tech lovers staying at the M by Montcalm Shoreditch.
Bonhill Street, London
Over the last decade, Google has been trying to push the technology sector forward by providing more opportunities for aspiring inventors and developers looking to take their amazing ideas to the next level. Google Campus is a space for thought, conversation and innovation. More than that, it is a technological goldmine full of cutting-edge computers and mobile technology. At Google Campus, you’ll find a vibrant community of forward-thinking tech lovers that you can share experiences with and bounce ideas off.
London Transport Museum
Covent Garden Piazza, London
Throughout history, technological innovations have helped transform London into one of the most vibrant and advanced cities in the world. The development of modern transport technology drastically improved the city’s infrastructure and has helped millions of people improve their daily routine. The London Transport Museum pays tribute to these advancements by showcasing a fantastic collection of classic and modern vehicles including buses and train carriages. As well as seeing some of the iconic public transport vehicles of the past, you will learn all about the history of London and the Tube.
Blackheath Avenue, London
Discover a world of technological wonder as you learn about the history of astronomy at London’s beautiful Royal Observatory. The grand structure has been a pillar of the scientific community for centuries and now offers visitors a unique chance to browse some of the incredible tools and technologies that have helped stargazers throughout history to unlock the mysteries of the universe. The observatory is home to one of the largest telescopes in the world and also boasts a beautiful collection of antique equipment that is sure to impress all tech lovers.