The presents our visitors really wanted. The latest inventions by our visitors.
As an Explainer Developer, Chi's role is to engage visitors in science via demonstrations, workshops and through play. Chi gets to make lots of bubbles and enjoys sharing visitor creations, highlighting the great work done by the Explainers.
We love receiving letters from our visitors. In fact, most of the letters we receive are from primary schools that have just visited the Museum. We recently received letters about the Flash! Bang! Wallop! Launchpad show…
A selection of London 2012-inspired drawings by our visitors in Launchpad
Science-loving drawings by our visitors
As millions descended upon London for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee festivities, a team of valiant Science Museum knights mounted their noble steed (the outreach van) and headed to the 2012 Whitehaven Jubilee festival.
Sarah, one of our newest Explainers, shares her experiences since starting at the Museum – from crushing dry ice to dealing with lost children.
This year students from across the UK have been investigating climate change stories from their local area with the help of the Museum’s Climate Science Outreach team.
They say the UK is a country of animal lovers and judging by what our visitors have drawn, it is most definitely true!
In January the Science Museum was asked to take part in the BBC’s Stargazing Live events at Woolwich and Charlton house. It was to coincide with the second series of the very successful Stargazing Live show.
Once upon a time, in a land far, far away the Science Museum discovered the secret recipe for telling an awesome story.
We love receiving letters from our visitors. In this case, pupils used our feedback forms as a template to write down their views – things that they liked, disliked and what we could do differently.
It’s not just our younger visitors who love drawing their ideas down on paper whilst inside our Launchpad gallery – adults do too!