Visit the new free trail and learn amazing stories about our climate changing world.
Until Friday 27 June 14
Explore how astronomy has changed the way we see our universe - and ourselves - through this object-rich exhibition.
Until Thursday 31 December 15
Celebrating the centenary of X-ray crystallography, a technique developed by father-and-son team William H. Bragg and W. Lawrence Bragg in 1913.
Until Wednesday 01 January 14
The new novel by author Tony White is premiering exclusively at the Science Museum.
Until Friday 25 April 14
Electronic music is everywhere, from the television that we watch to the music we listen to in clubs and even the ringtones on our mobile phones.
Until Tuesday 31 December 13
Pain Less, a new exhibition featured in the Antenna – Science News gallery, investigates the future of pain relief through personal stories, scientific discovery, objects, films and even games.
Until Saturday 31 August 13
Special exhibition celebrating the work and legacy of Alan Turing, mathematician, pioneer of modern computing and Enigma codebreaker.
Until Monday 21 October 13
An interactive gallery exploring how the web works and bringing the internet to life.
Until Thursday 20 June 13
Forthcoming Special Exhibitions
In November 2013 an exhibition about the Large Hadron Collider will open at the Science Museum, transporting visitors to the one of the greatest scientific and engineering endeavours of our time at CERN in Geneva.
See nearly 50 previously unseen works and 50 vintage prints by British photographer Tony Ray-Jones in the first exhibition in Media Space.
Previous Special Exhibitions
- Anvilled Stars
- Ariel 1
- Babble Machine
- Big Bang!
- Can algae save the world?
- Fénix 2: Icon of the Chilean mine rescue
- A time-eating clock – a story of invention
- Dead Ringers
- Does flying cost the Earth?
- Electroboutique Pop-up
- Fast Forward: 20 ways F1™ is changing our world
- Films of Fact
- First time out
- First Time Out
- Future Foods
- Game On
- Grace Weir - In my own time
- Stephen Hawking: A 70th birthday celebration
- Intersections: Henry Moore and Stringed Surfaces
- Hidden Heroes – The Genius of Everyday Things
- Inside the Spitfire
- Isambard Kingdom Brunel: fame and fate
- Japan Car - Designs for the Crowded Globe
- Maurice Broomfield's 'New Look' at Industry: photographs from post-war Britain
- NEURObotics... the future of thinking?
- Penicillin: A story of triumph and tragedy
- Plasticity - 100 years of making plastics
- Playing with Science
- Protomodel by Conrad Shawcross
- Prove it!
- Psychoanalysis: The Unconscious in Everyday Life
- The Question Room
- The Science of Aliens
- The Science of Spying
- Signs, Symbols, Secrets: an illustrated guide to alchemy
- Is simple design a fast track to a sustainable future?
- How can tiny sensors improve athletes’ performance?
- Will phones replace cash and cards?
- How can new technology improve mobility?
- The Science Of Survival: Your Planet Needs You!
- Tony Cragg at Exhibition Road
- Crossing the Sun
- HEXEN 2.0 by Suzanne Treister
- The Voice of the BBC: 90 Years of Public Broadcasting
- Water Wars from Antenna