The Science Museum, founded in 1857, is a centre for recognition of progress in science and engineering attracting more than 3 million visitors to its South Kensington home each year. A perfect setting for the SludgeTech formal dinner, promising an unforgettable experience for all who attend.
Guests will be received in the Energy Hall where they will network around historic, full-sized, industrial revolution engines and models. They will then move through to the spectacular Making the Modern World gallery for a sit down three course dinner with drinks, speeches and entertainment surrounded by some of the Museum’s most remarkable objects charting 250 years of discovery in science and technology.
There can be no other dinner where delegates might have the opportunity to sit amongst Steam Engines built by James Watt, Stephenson’s Rocket and the first apple computer.
Dress code: formal or black tie optional
Doors will open at 19:00 with carriages at 23:00.
The Science Museum is situated next to Imperial College London, 5 minutes walk from the conference venue. Click here for directions.