Mimi’s Rainbow Adventure: the exhibition in London
The exhibition is now closed but the information is for reference.
The London exhibition
Mimi has lots of questions; about the sky, the sea and everything in-between! One summer, when Mimi is staying with her granny, they go off on an adventure, with Colin the dog and Dave the robot, to meet lots of inspiring scientists to help her finally get some answers to her big questions.
Experience this new story as it comes to life at the IOP’s new family-friendly exhibition: Mimi’s Rainbow Adventure.
Get hands-on with fun physics experiments for all the family, be creative with arts and crafts activities, read an inspiring book in our chill-out corner and find out how physicists can answer your big questions about the world. Have your own rainbow adventure this summer with a season of free activities for all to enjoy.
Institute of Physics, 37 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9BU
Monday 24 July – Friday 1 September 2023 | Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm (closed bank holiday, Monday 28 August)
Drop in whenever you like during the opening hours – say hello at reception and then head down to the lower ground floor for the exhibition!
How to find us
King’s Cross St Pancras is the nearest station and has access to the Victoria, Northern, Piccadilly, Circle, Metropolitan, and Hammersmith & City lines.
There are many buses going through King’s Cross, but the 10, 17, 59, 91, 259 and 390 all stop across the road from our building.
Having problems finding us?
If you arrive in King’s Cross but are having trouble finding us call us and we’ll give you directions: + 44 (0)20 7470 4800.