A CROWDFUNDING campaign to raise money for a free-to-visit exhibition, Set To Stun: A Celebration of Sci-Fi Film and Television Design, at Gunnersbury Park Museum netted more than £16,000.

Launched in May, it closed this week with the funding raised by 100-plus supporters.

They were able to pick from a selection of rewards, ranging from a sci-fi-inspired tote bag to a reading and Q&A with David Learner, aka Marvin the Paranoid Android of BBC’s The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.

With match funding from the Art Fund, Gunnersbury will have more than £32,000 to help launch the exhibition.

Set To Stun, which will open in October, will be Gunnersbury’s biggest-ever exhibition.

The museum will build on its previous successful exhibitions, celebrating everything from women’s football to the Acton Top Quilt.

Visitors will see a showcase of the costumes, sets, work and imagination that go into building their favourite sci-fi moments.

Think original Daleks, cybermen and other villains, plus interactive mirrors, community art, smoke machines and more from West London’s sci-fi history.