Think like a scientist in Wonderlab, our spectacular interactive gallery. Explore light and sound through mind-bending exhibits.
Discover the world of sound with exciting new installations and interactive sound works from scientists, artists and engineers.
Experience the sensation of sound and learn how it shapes our everyday lives. Stop, listen, experiment and play as you follow the journey of a soundwave.
Join us throughout 2021 for Climate Talks, a series of panel discussions, Q&As and events exploring the problems caused by climate change.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and John Kerry, US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, will discuss the climate crisis and explore possible solutions.
Experts in climate science, policy and economics will come together to discuss prospects for this year’s UN Climate Change Conference, COP26.
Explore issues around diversity and inclusion in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) in Open Talk, a new series of online talks sharing the untold stories of science.
To create this display, members of the Why Don’t We team picked their favourite things from our collection and found out more about them.
Enjoy technology in action in our brilliantly retro Games Lounge. Play your way through gaming history with classic games, from Pac-Man to Super Mario Kart.
Take a journey through the history of photography. Step into a 19th century portrait studio, see hundreds of incredible objects from our collection, and watch the world’s first moving colour film.
Discover original models and artwork from over 100 animations, meet your favourite characters and see science in action!
Explore the development, significance and cultural impact of TV—one of the most influential inventions of the last century.
Explore the future of food in the face of climate change with a panel of experts in agriculture and food innovation.
Join a panel of experts to discuss what a more inclusive approach to human spaceflight looks like.
Discover the magic of the Echo Machine, an interactive online experiment that lets you explore the amazing sound effects of the echo.