Science Museum

As the home of human ingenuity, the Science Museum inspires visitors with award-winning exhibitions, iconic objects and stories of incredible scientific achievements.

Take advantage of the museum’s diverse range of spaces and unparalleled opportunities for accessible, exciting event experiences in the cultural heart of the capital.

EVENTS AT THE SCIENCE MUSEUM

The amazing exhibitions, astounding galleries and creative blank canvas spaces combine to make the Science Museum a unique and inspiring London venue for corporate or private hire. Among key objects on display are Caroline Herschel’s telescope (c.1795), Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE computer (1950) and the Apollo 10 capsule that went into lunar orbit in 1969.

The Science Museum has over 12 galleries and spaces and even it's very own IMAX Theatre available for both daytime and evening hire! The Science Museum is located in South Kensington, the museum is ideally situated with easy access via public transport, as well as options to arrive by car or coach. The Science Museum can accommodate from 10 guests to 1500 guests for corporate events.

WHAT PAYNE & GUNTER BRING TO THE SCIENCE MUSEUM

Payne & Gunter’s traditional English hospitality fits in exceptionally well with the Science Museum with a traditional feel to match the location, situated in the cultural heart of London, South Kensington. The Science Museum and Payne & Gunter work closely to ensure that nothing less than excellence is delivered for all events.

GETTING TO YOUR EVENT AT THE SCIENCE MUSEUM

Here are the location details to make it easier for you to find The Science Museum, whether you’re coming to take a look around or get the party started:

Address:

Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD

Transport Links:

Tube:

The nearest tube station is South Kensington. This is on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines and is a 5-minute walk from the Museum. A pedestrian subway connects South Kensington station to the main entrance.

Car:

The nearest pay and display car parking is in Prince Consort Road and Queen’s Gate.

Website: 

www.hirethesciencemuseum.com