A long cavernous space within the Science Museum has been filled with over 160 retro computer games, from the earliest Pong to fairly recent 3D virtual reality headsets.
Later this month marks the 25th anniversary of the UK's first female astronaut blasting into space, and she will be at the Science Museum for a talk/question session.
The ending of the first Industrial Revolution marked the birth of another, the Information Revolution -- in the form of the first photographs, and to mark that revolution, a new exhibition has opened at the Science Museum.
A museum collection that is a shade over 200 years old has moved to a new home, and been given a makeover of how the objects are displayed.
The quick answer is no -- not as we know them today -- but the longer answer is sort of, maybe.
An exhibition of dual historical significance has come to the Science Museum, as huge models of Leonardo da Vinci's wonderous imagination go on display.
A chance to hear from the second man to step foot on the moon, astronaut Buzz Aldrin, who will be at the Science Museum later this month.
To mark the 200th anniversary of her birth, the Science Museum has opened a small gallery devoted the "mother of computing", Ada Lovelace.
Not literally, as they are all dead now, and that would be rather macabre, but there is an exhibition about what the scientists did when alive.
It can scarce have escaped your notice that the Soviets have invaded London. Less keeping calm and carrying on though, than get excited and rush over to the Science Museum.
A computer generated 3D film about the record breaking, and still record holding, Mallard steam locomotive has arrived at the Science Museum.
A new gallery opened recently in the Science Museum, and a week after Her Majesty sent her first tweet, I wandered in to have a look as well.
If you are a Simspons (and/or Futurama) fan, then the Science Museum is laying on an event that may appeal.
This October, the Science Museum will launch what it says will be the first permanent gallery in the UK dedicated to the history of information and communication technologies.
If you're a guitar playing, book plugging astronaut, then one of the best places in London other than a bookshop to sell books is probably the Science Museum.