The Science Gallery
The collision of science and art is the key DNA strand of this international success story being cloned worldwide. Starting out on the campus of Trinity College, the Gallery simply strives to demystify science in the most fun and interactive way possible. In over 5 years with 27 exhibitions and 1.3 million visitors, it has illuminated us with Lightwaves, questioned which pills we’ve taken, looked at burst bubbles whilst considering the science of desire and future of love. Now it’s on the threshold of opening a network of science galleries internationally, touring shows and facilitating more experiments and discoveries to amuse and inform us about the world we live in.
The Science Gallery is a world first. A new type of venue where today's white-hot scientific issues are thrashed out and you can have your say. A place where ideas meet and opinions collide.
Exhibitions change on a regular basis, and opening hours change with each exhibition, so make sure to check the website to find out the current hours. We're always closed on Mondays.
Throughout each exhibition, we've got events, talks, debates and workshops, giving you a chance to get involved. Exhibitions are free and so are some events.
Click here for current events and exhibitions