Civil engineering exhibitions

The ICE Library Exhibition space

ICE's Learning and Exhibition Centre showcases the very best of civil engineering and the built environment.

Located in ICE's groundbreaking Infrastructure Learning Hub at One Great George Street, the centre is a space for creativity, innovation and inspiration.

All our exhibitions are free of charge, open to the public throughout the working week and require no booking for groups of less than 10 people. The exhibition space is open Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm.

Current exhibition - Tunnel Engineering

ICE is digging into the dark and wonderful world of tunnel engineering – tracing a journey from the shipworms that inspired Brunel to the construction of Crossrail today.

This latest free ICE exhibition takes you on a historical journey that walks you through some of the longest, deepest and most advanced tunnels in the world. Lots of facts, models and interactive and virtual reality worlds for you to explore.

Previous exhibition - Bridge Engineering

Victorian engineers were the first to bridge previously insurmountable rivers and gorges.

Today we build bridges across greater distances, higher obstacles and in ever more challenging terrain. Yet the principles remain the same.

Our focus on bridge engineering highlights the very best of bridge building and salutes the incredible work of civil engineers.

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Previous exhibition - The River People

Alongside Knowledge Partner, Tideway, ICE brings you River People, an art installation by photographer Matthew Joseph exploring the lives of people who use the River Thames every day, whether for work, leisure or travel.

View the online exhibition

Become an ICE Knowledge Partner

Located in the heart of Westminster, our Exhibitions lead the knowledge debate. They attract high footfalls and publicity – often featuring in print and broadcast media.

By becoming an ICE Knowledge Partner and holding an Exhibition with us, you can raise the profile of your organisation by becoming a key thought leader in the infrastructure industry.

Interested in working with us? Contact Simon Venn at