This gallery is ideal for cross-curricular work and specific topics such as the carbon cycle and the greenhouse effect. Recommended for KS3 upwards.
Find out about the science of the climate system: how has the climate changed in the past, and how are scientists improving their understanding of it?
Discover how scientists have predicted future climate changes, and the developments that will help respond to these changes.
This immersive gallery combines interactive exhibits with objects from the Science Museum's collection and loans from around the world in five thought-provoking zones:
- Exploring the climate system—science can show us how the climate works and what causes it to change.
- Exploring Earth's energy balance—science can show us how greenhouse gases work and why they really matter.
- Exploring the carbon cycle—science can show us carbon's global pathways and how we're causing them to change.
- Exploring what might happen—science can track what's already changing and help us imagine the future.
- Exploring our future choices—science and technology are already helping, but what are our options for tomorrow?
The Science Museum developed the content for this gallery through extensive research and engagement with scientists and experts, including expertise from the Met Office as principal content contributor.
This page is for educational groups; for general visitor information, please see the main gallery page.
Other things to see and do
Under the Sea 3D (U) – school info
Dive in to marine habitats and come face-to-face with amazing sea creatures.
For KS1 upwards.
A Beautiful Planet 3D (U) – school info
Experience life on the International Space Station as you travel into orbit around our home planet.
For KS2 upwards.
Wonderlab: The Equinor Gallery – school info
Ignite curiosity about science and maths through hands-on exhibits and immersive experiences. A must-do for KS2 and KS3.