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Multi-year commitment

For Corporate Members who sign up for three years or more, membership opportunities expand to include association with temporary exhibitions, education projects and the Museum’s cultural offering. By supporting these projects, Corporate Members gain recognition on gallery, where nearly 3 million visitors pass each year.

Members have the opportunity to support the following Science Museum projects*

Tier One

  • Antenna – the Science Museum’s contemporary science gallery with rapidly changing exhibitions
  • Artist in Residence – the Museum works with world-renowned contemporary artists such as David Shrigley, Conrad Shawcross, Marlene Dumas and many more
  • Drama characters – Sir Isaac Newton, Gene Cernan and Amy Johnson are just a few of the exciting characters that bring science to life in the Museum’s galleries
  • Ingenious – an ongoing programme of temporary exhibitions designed to bring out key pieces from the Museum’s world-class collections
  • Science Nights – spend a night at the Museum!
  • Summer family programme – the Museum offers an array of talks, tours and shows during the peak summer visitor times

Tier Two

  • Accessibility – one of the Museum’s key areas for improvement is accessibility and ensuring that all of our visitors have the best experience possible
  • Antenna Live – live contemporary science events that happen during peak visitor times throughout the year
  • Black History Month – every October the Museum puts on special shows to highlight the work of black scientists and achievers
  • Dana events – part of our adult programming, Dana Centre events range from panel discussions to comedy shows, all relating to contemporary science topics
  • Lates – one of the most popular nights on the London scene, with over 3000 visitors per month, Lates is a great way to reach the Museum’s adult audience
  • Mill engine – constructed in 1903 by the Burnley Ironworks Company, the mill engine is regularly run in the Energy Hall of the Science Museum
  • Punk Science – the Museum’s own science comedy duo who perform during peak visitor times
  • National Science and Engineering Week – a week of programming dedicated to inspiring the next generation of scientists
  • Smith Centre dinners – a series of VIP dinners where thought leaders from industry, government and science come together to discuss the scientific challenges that face us today
  • Volunteering – nearly 200 individuals dedicate their own time to making the Science Museum the best place in the world to enjoy science

Faraday Fellowship
One option from Tier Two

Archimedes Alliance
Two options from Tier Two

Lovelace Laureates
One option from Tier One
One option from Tier Two

Edison Elite (minimum of three years)
One option from Tier One
Two options from Tier Two

*Tier One and Tier Two options are subject to change and the Science Museum reserves the right to seek additional support for each of these activities from Corporate Sponsors.