Planning a visit to support a particular topic? Here are some combinations of activities that work well together—all are subject to availability.
Hands-on science discovery including a section focusing on space. Allow 60 minutes.
Travel into space with astronauts living and working aboard the International Space Station. Lasts 60 minutes, cost £5 per person.
Take an immersive journey with astronauts performing ‘brain surgery’ on the Hubble Space Telescope, with stunning images of distant galaxies and nebulae captured by Hubble itself.
See rockets and satellites, probes and landers, and astronaut food and space nappies. Allow 45 minutes.
Materials and Matter
Hands-on science discovery with a section focusing on matter, including the stunning Chemistry Bar. Allow 60 minutes.
Health and Genetics
Explore the science of who we are through objects, artworks and interactive exhibits. Allow 45-60 minutes
Follow our trail to discover some health-related objects. Allow 45 minutes.
Spanning more than 500 years of history, these galleries provide a rich context for our experience of heath today.
Uncover hidden tales of mathematics and discover how it has shaped our world. Allow 45 minutes.
Hands-on science discovery including sections focusing on electricity, sound and light. Allow 60 minutes.
Delve into the remarkable world of codebreaking and secret communications, and practise the skills used in intelligence work.
Waves and Communication/ICT
Reveal how our lives have been transformed by information and communication technologies. Allow 45-60 minutes.
InfoAge+ features four creative challenges that will help you get more from your visit to the Science Museum’s amazing Information Age gallery.
Follow our trail to discover objects related to waves and commincation. Allow 45 minutes