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Alexander Fleming Laboratory Museum

The laboratory in which Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928. Displays and video presentation, together with a reconstruction of the laboratory, tell the remarkable story of how a chance discovery became a life-saving drug destined to revolutionise medicine. St Mary's Hospital archives are also open for research.

Opening Hours:
Monday to Thursday 10am to 1pm
other times by appointment

Telephone: 020 7886 6528

Address: St Mary’s Hospital, Praed Street, W2 1NY

Website: Alexander Fleming Museum

Nearby Stations: Paddington Station, Edgware Road Station (Bakerloo), Edgware Road Station (Circle/District/H&C)

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