What makes you, you? Who am I? investigates everyone’s favourite subject – themselves.
Step into a whole new world and explore the science of our changing climate...
Feel the impact of a Saturn V rocket launch, ride the lunar rover and discover the smell of space.
Learn how mechanical power replaced animal power in this history of farming.
The Antenna gallery brings you science news from every angle – from headline grabbing gadgets to hot topics.
Explore the world of materials, from the leading edge of scientific innovation to new insights into everyday objects.
Watch the video on Babbage's ingenious machine, or learn about the mathematical instruments used before the invention of computers.
Will your ideas today change the world tomorrow? Discover the importance of energy in this fascinating gallery.
The ingenious use of steam to generate power helped Britain become the world’s first industrial nation.
ERNIE was the first machine to generate random numbers for the Premium Bonds. Find out how he captured the public’s imagination and provides a link to Colossus, the first digital electronic computer.
Share the dreams of the flight pioneers: see the development of aviation from its tentative beginnings to the modern era of mass air travel.
Have you ever watched the Red Arrows and been itching to get you hand on the controls?
Find out how it felt to be a doctor or patient at different times in history, or in different cultures.
Unravel the connection between apricot tins and kidney machines,in this provocative exhibition on developments in twentieth century medicine.
Decide whether new technological developments - such as space tourism to male pregnancy - should or should not go ahead.
Launchpad - the Science Museum's most popular gallery. Explore science and technology first-hand with 50 hands-on exhibits and shows.
This unique, breathtaking gallery chronologically presents 150 of the most significant items from the Science Museum's collections from 1750 to 2000.
The Mathematics Gallery exhibits mathematical instruments and models from the seventeenth century to present day.
Small exhibition exploring some of the stories, tools and puzzles that have engaged British psychologists during the twentieth century.
Fly in the cockpit of a Red Arrows jet in our 3D flight simulation theatre.
See more than 5000 objects from around the world illustrating the history of medicine in western and non-western cultures.
See King George III's unrivalled and beautiful collection of contemporary scientific apparatus.
See the extraordinary range of labour-saving devices in this intriguing technological guide to the development of the modern home.
Trace the story of the space rocket. Find out how we are probing the rest of the Solar System and beyond. In this gallery you too will be exploring space.
This history of the telegraph, telephone and radio is illustrated with many original objects and hands-on displays.
Marvel at the elegance and ingenuity of timekeeping instruments in this rich collection of more than 500 timepieces.
See the Victorian anatomical model of a horse in this small gallery which chronicles the rise of veterinary medicine.
Step inside James Watt’s extraordinary workshop to discover more about the first hero of Britain’s Industrial Revolution.