Science City 1550–1800: The Linbury Gallery
Discover how London grew from a bustling capital city to a global hub for trade, commerce, and scientific inquiry.
Excitingly, this September we will open #ScienceCity 1550-1800: The Linbury Gallery. Supported by
, this free gallery will explore how London’s scientists and artisans transformed our understanding of the world.
We’re excited to announce that our newest permanent gallery, Science City 1550-1800: The Linbury Gallery, opens today! Featuring 3 extraordinary collections: the SMG collections, the King George III collection from King’s College London & the Royal Society
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore FBA
This new exhibition
looks amazing SCIENCE CITY 1550–1800: THE LINBURY GALLERY Discover how London grew from a lively capital city to a global hub for trade, commerce, and scientific enquiry between 1550 and 1800.
Science City: The Linbury Gallery at the
will show how the capital grew into global hub for trade, commerce and scientific enquiry over two and a half centuries, drawing on internationally-important collections, says curator