To celebrate 150 years of the Periodic Table of the Elements in 2019, there is to be a celebration of chemistry starting next month.
This Easter, the Science Museum is again giving over an entire hall to vintage computer games.
The Science Museum is offering IanVisits readers two pairs of tickets to their IMAX screenings of Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece "2001: A Space Odyssey", to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Kubrick’s groundbreaking 1968 epic.
A large room at the top of the Science Museum, normally filled with schoolchildren has also gained a huge new mural by the illustrator, Sir Quentin Blake.
From ancient Bronze Age worship to spacecraft still to be launched, the Science Museum's newest blockbuster exhibition looks at the source of all life on earth... the Sun.
At a time when news about Russia is synonymous with assassination and murder, the Science Museum looks back 100 years to another dark and notorious assassination.
In the basement of the Science Museum is a gallery that's all too easy to miss, and yet is full of domestic wonders.
The Science Museum has added a little playful twist to their image archive with a random image generator.
Probably one of the most famous royal deaths in history, and still a mystery, the Science Museum is putting on an exhibition about the execution of the Romanov Royal Family.
The Science Museum has shown off a full-size engineering model of BepiColombo, the European Space Agency’s first ever spacecraft to explore Mercury, and one of the most challenging planetary missions ever launched.
A week of events to mark the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, including a screening of Terminator 2 on an IMAX sized cinema screen.
They've obviously decided that it's popular, as the Science Museum is again giving over an entire hall to computer games.
The Science Museum is offering you a chance to end Dry January with a flourish, with tastings of bad beers and insects for snacks.
Conceived before NASA, before Sputnik, Britain was leading the space race with the development of the world's longest running, yet oddly little known, space rocket programme.
Last year, a vast room was filled with digital explosions and 8-bit graphics to the delight of many, and it's returning again next month.