Audience numbers limited due to Social Distancing requirements. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before advertised showtime because it now takes longer to load the auditorium.
Image: Courtesy of NASA
This show will feature brand new ‘Full Dome Immersive Video’ sequences and breathtaking images.
The Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin touched down on the lunar surface in their lunar module 'Eagle' on July 20, 1969. They were the first of only 12 people to stand on the lunar surface - so far.
Experience a Lunar Mission and learn about the challenges and ingenuity of the Moon Landing Programme The six Apollo missions brought back more than a third of a tonne of Moon rocks, dust and soil and yielded a wealth of valuable scientific information and insights into the origin and evolution of bodies in our Solar System.
In some cases the experiments left behind by the Apollo astronauts carried on providing important data for many years after the last astronauts had left their footprints on the Moon.
Join us at the Planetarium to learn about the history, technological logistics and science involved in the Apollo missions.
To ensure that you have the best possible experience, please inform us in advance about any disability needs for assistance or special requirements. More about Accessibility here
Face masks must be worn at all times, unless exempt. Under new Government guidelines, family groups attending shows must be six persons or fewer, including children.
cancellations must be received at least 24 hours before the booked show date and time in order to receive a refund or make an alternative booking
During the Coronavirus pandemic, by making a booking, you as ticket holders agree to comply with the safetymeasures set out in the 'Our Response to Coronavirus document'
The video below explains the measures we have taken to make the Planetarium ‘COVID-Secure’.