The Science Museum

  • Cravings
    Can your food control you? Find out the ways your diet affects your body and brain
  • Churchill's Scientists
    Discover the little known story of Churchill's fascination with science
  • Engineer Your Future
    Find out if you’ve got the skills to be a globe-trotting engineer of tomorrow
  • Information Age
    Celebrate over 200 years of communication and information technology in our new gallery
  • Unlocking Lovelock
    Delve into the archives of James Lovelock in our free exhibition

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10.00 to 18.00, last entry 17.15
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Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD
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Play our free games

Play our free games

Have fun learning about science with our online puzzle games

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Eating and drinking

Eating and drinking

Find out what's on offer, from shakes to steaks, in the Museum's cafés

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Sticker Activity Book

Sticker Activity Book

Keep children entertained with fun science puzzles, facts, games and stickers

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IMAX Theatre

IMAX Theatre

See stunning science films in 3D at our massive IMAX Theatre

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Cravings experiment

Help Heston Blumenthal and food scientists from Oxford University define how our senses affect the way we enjoy food

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School visits

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Brought to Life

Brought to Life

Discover thousands of fascinating and intriguing objects on our History of Medicine website

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Information Age in animation

Information Age in animation

Watch our animated shorts on world changing events from the Information Age

Research

Science Museum Group Journal

Science Museum Group Journal

Explore our free, peer-reviewed journal featuring original research from our own and international scholars

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Coming soon

Find out about major new permanent galleries and temporary exhibitions, coming soon to the Science Museum