Queen at Science Museum

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 The Queen visited the Science Museum in London on March 7th to announce its summer exhibition, Top Secret, and unveil a new space for supporters, to be known as the Smith Centre. Upon arrival, the Queen was greeted by primary school students participating in an activity with beebots – robots designed for use by young children. During the visit, she viewed objects connected with the Top Secret exhibition and meet school students involved in computer coding sessions. The Queen then toured the Smith Centre to meet supporters and employees who will benefit from the new space, which will be used for networking, events and lectures. On display will be a painting by Terence Cuneo depicting an electrical engineering workshop. The Queen unveiled a plaque to officially open the Smith Centre, to conclude the visit, after posting her first Instagram Post on the Royal Family’s Official Account, which comes after she sent her first tweet during the last visit to the Science Museum in 2014.


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