Visitors at the Great Exhibition Road Festival

Explore the extraordinary

Join us in South Kensington as we celebrate the power of awe and wonder to inspire us, motivate change and spark innovation in science and the arts, at the Great Exhibition Road Festival. Take part in a weekend of free events for all ages from Imperial College London, the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, V&A, and many more.
Come to the Great Exhibition Road Festival this summer to discover an exciting range of events lined up with something for everyone, including hands-on workshops, fascinating talks, music performances and installations. Extract DNA from a strawberry, hear about the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived, or step into a world of virtual reality!
Plus, you can indulge in food from all over the world and enjoy eclectic performances from the Royal College of Music and Royal Albert Hall on the Main stage or go to the Family stage for more interactive storytelling sessions, shows and demonstrations.
Register for the Festival now and follow us @ExRdFestival on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for the latest updates and to be the first to hear about popular talks, workshops and shows.

About the Great Exhibition Road Festival

The Great Exhibition Road Festival is a free annual celebration of science and the arts each summer in South Kensington.
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Find out more about the Great Exhibition Road Festival on the Festival website at
The Festival is brought to you by: Imperial College London | Royal Commission of the Exhibition of 1851| Discover South Kensington | Natural History Museum | Royal College of Music | Science Museum | V&A | Royal Albert Hall | Japan House London | The Royal Parks | Goethe-Institut London | Institut Francais | Kensington + Chelsea Art Weekend | Royal College of Art | Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

With thanks to our key partners the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster City Council.

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