I'm travelling to the UK from Australia and wanted to visit a number of sites of scientific history.
One at the top of my list is Isaac Newton.
I can see you can visit his home and do experiments. Even do a homestay. And see the Apple Tree.
I can see you can go to where he was Warden of the Mint, and see items from his estate.
At Cambridge, Trinity College - there appears to be a room (by appointment), a statue, an Apple tree. It also appears to have the Wren library of his papers and personal effects.
He appears to have a monument at Westminster Abbey.
But can you visit a museum with a display about his life and works?
My question is: Are there any museums or sites in England honouring Isaac Newton?