Book Making the Modern World at The Science Museum
An exceptional space chronicling the inventions that formed modern society, this breath-taking gallery is available for evening hire. It is perfect for a spectacular large-scale event, accommodating up to 750 for a drinks reception, or up to 350 for dining.
Making the Modern World displays an exceptional collection which follows the cultural history of industrialisation from 1750 to the current day; it presents some of the museum’s most remarkable objects.
Invite your guests to discover iconic exhibits, such as the Apollo 10 command module, Crick and Watson’s DNA model, and the very first Apple computer! Ponder over thought-provoking objects such as a porcelain bowl saved from Hiroshima, and a clock that will tell time for 10,000 years.