We have an abundance of free events in South Kensington for a great day out. From guided tours through the galleries, self-led walks, a new series of Lates events, free displays and miles of galleries covering art, science, design, natural history and so much more.
Only one month to go until the Great Exhibition Road Festival! Join us in South Kensington on 17-18 June 2023 to celebrate the power of awe and wonder to spark innovation in science and the arts with a weekend of free events for all ages.
The Great Exhibition Road Festival returns to South Kensington! Register now to come along for a great weekend of free events for all ages celebrating how awe and wonder can spark innovation in science and the arts. Check out the first events we've released for a taste of what's on this summer.
Featuring a collection of architectural designs for dogs by world-class architects and designers, the Architecture for Dogs virtual exhibition explores architecture and design that can be joyful for both dogs and their human companions.
Fun, free things to do in a park, on the street, or anywhere outdoors.
Discover the Arctic through the photography of Gregor Sailer and explore the existing, potential, and unexpected impact that warming temperatures will have in this once pristine region.
Discover the fascinating work of female palaeontologists whose research has contributed to our understanding of fossils and ancient life.
Explore Beatrix Potter’s interest in Aesop’s animal fables. From the 1890s Potter reimagined and illustrated some of the fables in her own way. She revisited some of her earlier ideas when planning stories such as "The Tale of Johnny Town-Mouse", which she dedicated to ‘Aesop in the Shadows’.
Join the V&A for this creative families workshop created by Seoul-based digital and design studio, Commoners. Get inspired by the Hallyu! The Korean Wave exhibition, K-Pop and Korean TV as you use your creative skills to design a traditional Korean mask, called Tal-nori or Tal.
Each summer, the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 holds an Albertopolis event in partnership with the BBC World Service bringing together three ground-breaking engineers and a public audience.
Serpentine builds new worlds through technology with an experimental video game and an immersive exhibition by emerging Brazilian artist Gabriel Massan and collaborators, with web3 tokens powered by Tezos.