Latest Update from the science museum

The newly refurbished Smith Centre at the Science Museum has opened!
The recently refurbished Smith Centre at the Science Museum makes up four unique spaces, available for both daytime and evening hire. Among the original features is an open-plan courtyard area which can be enjoyed in conjunction with daytime hire of the Salon. The space is also enhanced with a range of hand-picked historical objects from the Science Museum collection, including a replica pressure suit from the last mission to the Moon and the stunning Electrical Engineering Workshop painting by Terence Cuneo.
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5 new Medicine Galleries coming soon to the Science Museum!
Based on the collections of Sir Henry Wellcome and the Science Museum, the Medicine Galleries will celebrate one of the largest medical collections in the world. Opening November 2019, the Medicine Galleries will make up 5 uniquely themed spaces covering more than 3000m2. With over 3,000 extraordinary medical artefacts, spanning more than 500 years of history, guests can embark on a discovery of how all our lives have been transformed by medical research and practice!

Soyuz Return Exploring Space
On 28 May 2019, the Science Museum welcomed Tim Peake to officially unveil his Soyuz Capsule in a new permanent display in the Exploring Space gallery, launching the museum-wide Summer of Space programme to mark 50 years since the Apollo Moon missions.
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Tomorrow’s World: New temporary exhibition ‘Driverless: Who is in control? has launches
The Science Museum have said goodbye to Superbugs: The fight for our lives. The Science Museum have a new exhibition, Driverless: Who is in control? It offers a unique glimpse into the AI-driven tech that could shape the habits, behaviour and society of tomorrow. Highlights include self-driving cars, autonomous flying drones and smart underwater vehicles.

Just so you are aware, we are offering a venue hire discount of 20% on IMAX Theatre bookings for all charities from now until January 2020.
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