Turn it up: The Power Of Music at the Science Museum

In a nutshell

Explore how music shapes our lives in this landmark interactive exhibition at the Science Museum in London.

Taking place at

Science Museum Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD

Contact details

Tel: 020 7942 4000

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Open 6 Feb - 1 Sep

After a hugely popular run at the Science + Industry Museum in Manchester, Turn It Up: The power of music has now arrived at the Science Museum in London.

In this fun, family-friendly experience you’ll get a chance to hear, interact with, and even make your own music! You’ll explore the science and secrets around the impact music has on us with unique interactive exhibits.

  • Step into a newly commissioned musical playground, where you can play with beat, melody and harmonies.
  • Can you tell the difference between songs written by humans and machines? Take a musical Turing test to find out.
  • Meet Haile, the musical robot that can play and improvise alongside human musicians.
  • See the groundbreaking MiMU Gloves, created by Imogen Heap and used by artists like Ariana Grande to make gestures that control music-making software live on stage.
  • Discover weird and wonderful instruments like the Pyrophone, an organ powered by flames!

£10 adults, £9 seniors, £8 child/concessions. Family discounts available. Ages 4 and under go free.


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