About the event
CHINESE NEW YEAR LATES: WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2023
Science Museum Lates are adults-only, after-hours theme nights that take place in the museum on the last Wednesday of every month. Join us as we celebrate the Chinese New Year. There’ll be fascinating talks, illuminating tours, hands-on workshops and much more to explore!
🧳 What to bring
- We'll be travelling across London and some of this will be outside in the UK in January, so make sure that you bring warm and waterproof clothing and appropriate footwear for walking around on London's pavements.
- An umbrella is recommended.
- Feel free to bring a phone to capture all the lovely moments you’ll have📱
This event will take place outside across a range of streets and public realm. Accessibility for mobility impaired students will be fair, however if you are disabled and you reach out to us in advance we can vary our trip to any access requirements you may have. Public toilets are however limited on this tour.
If you have access requirement, then please contact us before hand so that we can make sure we can enact every reasonable adjustment possible.
Whether you’re practising your moves or just in the mood to slam dunk the funk, grab a headset, select your tunes and dance until you drop. Entry £3 per person (card payments only)—tickets available in the Exploring Space gallery on the night.
Join us for a pub quiz to test your knowledge on all things Sci Fi. Entry £2 per person (card payments only)—tickets available at the Diner.
WONDERLAB: THE EQUINOR GALLERY
Fuel your imagination and immerse yourself in a world of wonder at the most spectacular interactive gallery in the world. With 50 mind-blowing marvels of science to enjoy, Wonderlab is an experience unlike any other. Special Lates price—only £5!
SCIENCE FICTION: VOYAGE TO THE EDGE OF IMAGINATION
Lates visitors get 50% off tickets to our new immersive experience across the stars. Board a shuttle to an otherworldly spaceship, explore a mysterious new planet, and discover the history of science fiction in this major exhibition with objects from 'Star Wars', 'Star Trek', 'Doctor Who' and more.