This issue, Top Ten features the top ten maths-themed days out! Then vote here on the top ten calculator buttons for issue 13!
At 10, it’s the scorpion enclosure at London Zoo.
At 9, why not take a punt on Cambridge’s mathematical bridge?
At 8, it’s Escher in the Palace in The Hague.
Don’t throw away your shot to visit the bridge where it happened: you’ll be back to see number 7, Broom Bridge in Dublin.
Enjoy a cracking day out at number 6, Bletchley Park: it’s the bombe!
At 5, it’s a visit to both Bletchley Park and the National Museum of Computing on the same day.
The only safe cycling experience in New York is our number 4, at MoMath: the National Museum of Mathematics.
At 3, it’s a trip to the Lake District with a calculator.
At 2, it’s one of the perfect places to walk one mile south, one mile east, then one mile north: the north pole.
Topping the charts for a record seven weeks, it’s a walking tour of Königsberg.
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