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Tuesday 5th of May 11:00amA uniquely inspirational and entertaining way to explore the beauty and natural wonder of the oceans, as well as the impact of global climate change.
Tuesday 5th of May 12:00pmA uniquely inspirational and entertaining way to explore the beauty and natural wonder of the oceans, as well as the impact of global climate change.
Sold Out Tuesday 5th of May 12:00pmFrom seasons on Earth, to the phases of the Moon, and beyond to the thousands of twinkling stars in our galaxy, “Our Place in Space” is a unique planetarium experience. For ages 8+.
Tuesday 5th of May 1:00pmA heart-warming documentary about the mission to save endangered lemurs.
Tuesday 5th of May 1:00pmExplore the sky above us to find the Sun, Moon, planets and stars in the educational version of our “Stargazers” show. This show is suitable for under 7’s and may be shared with visiting school children.
Tuesday 5th of May 1:50pmThe Marvel superheroes reunite to take on an insane sentient robot bent on destroying mankind!
Tuesday 5th of May 2:00pmSign up to explore what is inside a seed and understand how seeds manage to grow, scatter and survive. This workshop is best for under 7’s and take place on Floor 1.
Tuesday 5th of May 2:30pmTry your hand as an electronic engineer with our super user-friendly Little Bits kits. You’ll be amazed at the gadgets you can invent! Sign Up for this 45 minute activity if you are 8 years old or older.
Tuesday 5th of May 3:00pmJoin us for a live star show exploring the night sky from our city and from the countryside. Learn how to find your way around the sky using the stars and spot seasonal constellations. Most suitable for families with children under 7.
Tuesday 5th of May 4:00pmBe immersed in the wonders of the night sky as it will appear that very night (weather permitting of course!) so you can go home and stargaze from your own garden. Suitable for over 7’s only.