Robots at the Science Museum


Space scout, 1970's, Japan. © The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum
Take a look back at the history of humanoid robots and consider the future role of robotics in the museum’s blockbuster exhibition. Read More


Explore how and why scientists and artists have attempted to recreate humans through robotics with Robots at the Science Museum.

Travel back through 500 fascinating years of robotic history, as more than 100 humanoid robots go on display, tracing our obsession with re-creating ourselves. Discover the latest developments as robots become increasingly more human, from their physical appearance, to learning from mistakes and showing emotions, and imagine a future as robots become increasingly part of our lives.

Highlights of the exhibition include a 16th-century articulated iron manikin, a tall and glamorous 1950s robot, and one of the first robots to walk on two legs, as well as 12 working robots with which to interact.



Adult Ticket: £13.50 to £15.00 (€14.78 - €16.42) per ticket
Child Ticket (7 years and under): Free
Family Ticket: £31.50 to £45.00 (€34.49 - €49.27) per ticket
Concession Ticket: £11.70 to £13.00 (€12.81 - €14.23) per ticket
Senior Ticket: £12.60 to £14.00 (€13.80 - €15.33) per ticket

Venue Details & Map

Science Museum

Science Museum
Exhibition Road
0870 8704 868
Public transport:
Tube: South Kensington Train: Victoria

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