Making the Modern World, The Science Museum (SW7 2DD)

Making the Modern World is a spectacular choice for evening venue hire in The Science Museum, presenting the inventions that formed modern society, from the start of the Industrial Revolution to the present day.

Iconic Science Museum exhibits include the famous Apollo 10 command module; the world's most famous steam locomotive, Stephenson's Rocket; and the Lockheed 10A Electra aircraft that helped transform air transport. These objects and many others are laid out in a chronological sequence that, in effect, comprises a cultural history of industrialisation from 1750 to the present day.

For corporate events at The Science Museum including receptions, award dinners and dances, Making the Modern World offers an awe-inspiring backdrop. Guests will be engaged and enthralled by the incredible artefacts documenting more than a century of human invention.

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Nearest station

South Kensington

Capacities

Event style Guests
Standing Reception - Indoors 750
Seated Lunch 400
Seated Dinner 400
Dinner/Dance 350
Seated lunch/dinner 400

Location

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