Exhibition: Summer Science Exhibition 2022

This exhibition runs from Wed, 6th Jul 2022 to Sun, 10th Jul 2022. See all dates

This event runs over several days/weeks. Dates include:

Wed,
6th Jul 2022  
(10am - 4:30pm)
Thu,
7th Jul 2022  
(10am - 4:30pm)
Fri,
8th Jul 2022  
(10am - 6pm)
Sat,
9th Jul 2022  
(10am - 6pm)
Sun,
10th Jul 2022  
(10am - 6pm)  <– Last Day!

This exhibition has not opened yet. Will open on Wed, 6th Jul 2022

Coronavirus: Events may be cancelled and venues closed at short notice, you are advised to check on their websites before making a trip.

Cost: Free of Charge


Do you know what makes chocolate taste unique, or how llamas are helping us fight viruses? Join us at the Summer Science Exhibition to explore the science behind these questions and more.

The Royal Society’s annual Summer Science Exhibition returns to central London this summer, offering a free, interactive experience for anyone curious about the latest technological and scientific advances. Get hands-on with berry-powered solar cells, find out how you could join the hunt for unknown species in your back garden, or meet the scientists designing remote-healing technology.

The free exhibition is aimed at all ages and interests. Visit during the week to meet the school children who will be the researchers of the future at the Young Researcher Zone or explore the exhibition during the weekend with special workshops for all ages and interests as well as a dedicated children’s area, child-friendly menu, and buggy parking available.

Don’t miss our family workshops on Saturday and Sunday which will feature a dedicated kids’ zone and activities for all ages like building your own mask to explore how animals use their whiskers to sense or discovering the hidden wildlife of St. James’s Park.

Opening times:

Wednesday 6 July 10am – 4.30pm

Thursday 7 July 10am – 4.30pm

Friday 8 July 10am – 6pm

Saturday 9 July 10am – 6pm

Sunday 10 July 10am – 6pm



Location

The Royal Society,

6-9 Carlton House Terrace,
London,
SW1Y 5AG

Map of The Royal Society