Taking a child to visit the Science Museum can inspire a life-time of interest in science. Explore the role events like Early Birds, science shows in Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery or the amazing objects that fill the Museum play in entertaining and educating the whole family.
Follow this space trail and go on a journey of exploration and discovery around the Science Museum this summer.
As part of our mission to inspire the next generation of scientists, inventors and engineers the Science Museum Group have launched an exciting new online game, Total Darkness.
As part of our mission to inspire the next generation of scientists, inventors and engineers the Science Museum Group have launched an exciting new app
Events Programmer Federica Marzari tells us how she became fascinated with a collection of coins, and was inspired to create a workshop for kids, Constellation Coasters.
This Easter holiday we invite you to embrace your inner scientist and explore our thrilling interactive gallery – ‘Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery’.
Fun (and tasty) British Science Week experiments.
The Science Museum’s new IMAX film ‘Under the Sea 3D’ covered impressive amounts of in-depth scientific content in just 45 minutes. It was suitable for adults and children, balancing facts with fun. The humour and light-hearted moments were interspersed with information on more serious issues, giving everyone some food for thought upon leaving the theatre. The film features fascinating (and often bizarre) creatures from the world’s oceans. Narrated by Jim Carrey, this film brings you closer to the oft-ignored […]
Discover more about our brand new free family workshop, Game On, celebrates 40 years of gaming.
Recently we opened our doors to the friends and family of those taking part in our Building Bridges project. Anna Fisher describes what happened next.
Visitors will get unique insights into the return of ESA’s British astronaut, writes Roger Highfield, Director of External Affairs
Tis the season to be snowy… So the Families and Accessible Programmes Team is wrapping up the year with a host of fun-filled festive activities for the Christmas holidays.
As the Science Museum prepares to begin building an ambitious new Interactive gallery, we wave a fond farewell to Launchpad. Simon, an Explainer at the Museum, reflects on working in previous incarnations of the gallery.