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Saturday 19th of August 11:00am

A Beautiful Planet 3D

A Beautiful Planet is a breathtaking portrait of Earth from space, providing a unique perspective and increased understanding of our planet and galaxy as never seen before.
Saturday 19th of August 11:00am

Make your own lungs

Saturday 19th of August 11:20am

Space Explorers

The perfect show for younger visitors to our new digital planetarium. Explore the night sky and take a trip to the Moon before flying through the solar system to see a planet up close.
Saturday 19th of August 11:30am

Huff and Puff

What is air and what do we use it for? Join us to explore the air all around us and make your very own wind powered car! Sign Up activity suitable for Ages 7 and under.
Saturday 19th of August 12:00pm

Wonders of the Night Sky

Take a dramatic tour of our solar system, from the International Space Station to distant planets, and then head into interstellar space as we explore our galaxy and our place in the cosmos.
Saturday 19th of August 12:15pm

Under the Sea 3D

A uniquely inspirational and entertaining way to explore the beauty and natural wonder of the oceans, as well as the impact of global climate change.
Saturday 19th of August 12:30pm

Huff and Puff

What is air and what do we use it for? Join us to explore the air all around us and make your very own wind powered car! Sign Up activity suitable for Ages 7 and under.
Saturday 19th of August 1:00pm

The Pure Random Science Show

Catch our brand new live science show where you decide what experiments our scientists do by spinning the Wheel of Fortune!
Saturday 19th of August 1:20pm

Hidden Universe 3D

Hidden Universe takes audiences on an extraordinary journey deep into space in the cinematic medium that transports audiences like no other.
Saturday 19th of August 2:00pm

Make your own lungs

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