Through the Lahore Science Museum
Focaultâ€™s pendulum swings at the entrance of the museum. South Asiaâ€™s largest pendulum, according to the museumâ€™s website, it is 85 feet long and weighs about 110 kilograms.
Students from Lahoreâ€™s Fauji Foundation Technical College walk into the museumâ€™s auditorium to watch a short video on the history of the Lahore Science Museum.
A student takes a photo of his friend in front of an exhibit of a diesel generator.
A student takes a photo of a display at the entrance of the Mechanics gallery.
An exhibit, one which is locked for the general public unless one asks to see it, explains human anatomy with a 30-minute light and sound show.
The museum also has a small library on the second floor where students can come to conduct research or read up on matters of science and technology.
A newer exhibit at the museum of the Khewra salt mine. Visitors can walk through this gallery which is meant to make one feel as though they are inside the mine.
The museum has many exhibits that are interactive; visitors are encouraged to participate in understanding the scientific principals behind the display.
A display of the Shapar Sounding rocket, it explains the internal and external functions of the the Shapar and Ghauri missiles.
An aircraft piston engine on display in the mechatronics gallery.