Science Gallery London is a new free to visit space in London Bridge. Part of King's College London, it is a vibrant, interactive place where art and science collide through exhibitions and events developed by artists, scientists and young adults.
As part of the London Festival of Architecture, go behind the scenes of the Gallery, designed by LTS Architects on the site of the 18th-century Old Guy’s Hospital. Hear about its past, present and future and its journey to become a destination that aims to create a world where young people challenge research and culture to affect change.
After the tour why not visit the free DARK MATTER exhibition, exploring ideas at the interface of science, technology and art, informed by conversations and collaborations with leading theoretical physicists from King's College London and their research at the limits of what can be observed or known.
Tours take place at 11:00, 12:00, 14:00 and 15:00 and last around 30 minutes.
Meeting place: Front desk/shop on the ground floor.