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The Science Museum Christmas Party Venue

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The Science Museum Christmas Party Venue

The Science Museum Christmas events venue in London offers a selection of unique and inspiring venues for unforgettable Christmas events and parties. Whether you’re hosting an intimate gathering or a large-scale celebration, the museum provides a range of versatile spaces in the heart of the city.

Illuminate for Christmas Parties

A state-of-the-art venue perfect for festive conferences, dinners, and receptions.
Situated on Levels 4 and 5, accommodating up to 400 guests for seated dinners and 450 for standing receptions.
Features a panoramic window on Level 5 with stunning city views, ideal for creating a magical Christmas atmosphere.

Science Museum Galleries for Christmas Parties

Diverse spaces for Christmas dinners, drinks receptions, and themed parties.
Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination (Capacity: 195) – Host a futuristic Christmas party surrounded by iconic science fiction movies, TV shows, and books.
Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries (Capacity: 400) – Celebrate the festive season with a backdrop of groundbreaking medical discoveries.
Smith Centre (Capacity: 200) – This recently refurbished space offers four unique areas for hosting elegant Christmas events.
Energy Hall (Capacity: 500) – Immerse your guests in Britain’s engineering history with a festive reception among iconic machinery and inventions.
Exploring Space (Capacity: 300) – Create an out-of-this-world Christmas party beneath real space rockets and artifacts.
Making the Modern World (Capacity: 750) – Host a large-scale holiday celebration among inventions that shaped modern society.
Tomorrow’s World (Capacity: 400) – Organise a cutting-edge Christmas event surrounded by the latest scientific, technological, and medical breakthroughs.

The museum’s dedicated AV and catering partners, White Light and Moving Venue, ensure quality across all aspects of your Christmas event. Choose the Science Museum for a truly unique and festive venue for your Christmas parties, dinners, and drinks receptions.




Google Reviews

62,548 reviews
  • Cristian Mantzoros
    Cristian Mantzoros
    in the last week

    This place definitely needs to be visited, whether you are a kid or an adult. You will find here lovely science objects, people, and an interactive way of understanding these objects and how they were invented, developed, or perfected. The last time I was here, it happened more than 10 years ago. I can definitely say that they were adding new things and the museum is also concentrated on future technologies too!

  • Jonelle Alvarez Reynolds

    Highly recommend the Wonder Lab on level 3 of the museum for young kids and toddlers. We took our 2 year old and 4 year old and there was so much to do in just that space (let alone the rest of the museum which we'll have to go back another day for). They have multiple shows/demonstrations throughout as well. We stayed for over 3 hours and they were too busy having fun that somehow, not once, did I hear "I'm hungry" or "I need a snack".. ! Thought it would be less busy during term time but forgot that schools would be visiting. Wasn't too crazy but definitely was quieter after about 3 or 3:30pm once no school groups were around.

  • Luke Sherran
    Luke Sherran
    a month ago

    I absolutely loved this place! The fact you can visit a museum like this for free still amazes me, and the whole family loved the visit. You're probably best booking tickets in advance, but if you don't, you can quickly get some using a QR code on your phone from just outside the entrance. The museum is huge, with 3 massive floors of exhibits. You could easily spend a whole day here if you wanted to. Highlights for me were the space and aviation exhibits, which were fascinating. There was a whole section of paraphernalia from the 80s and 90s which not only hit all my nostalgia buttons, but I got to show the kids how different things were growing up 30-40 years ago. There is a reasonably priced and decent eating area and a huge gift shop for souvenirs. I'll definitely visit again when I can.

  • Paul Tooze (No Journey Too Small)

    An all time favourite with me and like many museums in London it was free but you can donate. It must cost a fortune to run these on a daily basis. I’m so pleased England provides these for us to enjoy and keep history alive. There is so much to see and enjoy, from early machinery inventions to space ships. It’s a great place to spend a couple of hours or more and next to the Natural History Museum. Way too much stuff to photograph

  • Roberto Magnifico
    Roberto Magnifico
    a month ago

    Absolutely must see. Great for any age. The museum takes you through the most important scientific discoveries from the first industrial revolution onwards and before. Really a lot to see. A museum one cannot miss out on. Best buy tickets online before going. Everyone is always very enthusiastic about this place.