The Science Museum is now open. Book your free tickets now.
Right now, scientists are racing to develop different technologies to remove and store excess carbon dioxide – the most significant cause of climate change.
Ahead of the release of his debut thriller novel 'The Apollo Murders', astronaut Chris Hadfield joins Professor Lucie Green by live video link to discuss his life and career in spaceflight.Book now
Fuel your imagination and immerse yourself in a world of wonder at the most spectacular interactive gallery in the world.Book now
COP26 is the most important climate talk this year, and the most important climate conference since the Paris Agreement in 2015. But what happens after the negotiations have closed in Glasgow in November?Book now
Step back through millennia in our free exhibition Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom and discover how this ancient civilization questioned, contemplated, and debated the natural world.Book now
Our newest opening, Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries is a magnificent new home for the most significant medical collections in the world.
Being you is not as simple as it sounds. Somehow, within each of our brains, billions of neurons work to create our conscious experience. How does this happen?Book now
In a world first for human spaceflight, the European Space Agency (ESA) announced earlier this year that its first call for new astronauts in more than a decade will be open to candidates with a physical disability.Book now
If the capacity of the planet’s rainforests to mitigate against global heating is weakened, how will humanity and nature be affected by the implications of climate changeBook now
Web Foundation co-founders Sir Tim Berners-Lee and Rosemary Leith open a discussion to rethink how our digital world is shaped.Book now
Antarctica is a land of mystery and yet what happens there affects every single one of us.Book now
Join us to find out what carbon is, why it’s causing our planet some problems and what we can do to solve them.
Join us in South Kensington and online from 9–15 October for a week of free events to explore how art and science can help inspire a greener future for the planet we share.
Climate change is an urgent threat that will require all of us—governments, businesses and civil society—to take action.Book now