Great with gadgets? In this show, we ask you to get switched on as we explore the world of programming and give you the chance to be part of our human computer.
An explosive new show where two scientists do unpredictable experiments against the clock to prove their knowledge of energy.
Put yourself in their shells. Sign up for a Cockroach Tour of the Science Museum and get a quirky and inquisitive take on the human race.
Join us on this free tour to find out about the Space Race from the Soviet perspective.
A guided tour of our Making the Modern World gallery.
Find out more about the exciting principles of science in these interactive, Explainer led Science Shows.
Encounter Nancy the Waterseller as she tells you her story of why she has to sell water to the people of London during the early 1900s.
Can you feel your heartbeat?
Find out more about the exciting principles of science in these interactive, Explainer-led demonstrations. Find out more about the world of Sound, Light, Bubbles or Materials.
Discover the history of Flight in this free tour. From mankind's earliest dreams of flight, through the Wright brothers to the jumbo jet.
In 1930 flying sensation Amy Johnson became the first woman to fly solo from England to Australia. Find out about her life and see the actual plane she used to make her epic flight.
Hear the story of Yuri Gagarin, the first human into space.
Come along and build your own SM:Art Machine - a little bot that will create a doodling masterpiece.
This is a Deaf-led family event with voiceover interpreters.
Suitable for deaf and hearing families.
Number of places: Drop-in
How do you make a robot that can fly itself? Are there benefits to allowing semi-autonomous robots in our skies? Could you command your own flying robot one day? .