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Stargazing Evenings£8.75 per Adult — £6.75 per Child
Come and enjoy the fabulous atmosphere that surrounds the Observatory at night and, weather permitting look through some of the largest telescopes in the country at some extraordinary night sky objects. Don't worry if it is cloudy we have a cloudy night contingency; a fascinating planetarium style talk! No booking required.
Fun with Chemistry£12.75 per Child
Tuesday 18th February 2020 - half day workshop for 6-8 year olds. What is chemistry? It’s exciting, fascinating and above all great fun. We will be experimenting with solids, liquids and gases and while the workshop is designed so the children can carry out the experiments themselves, there will be demonstrations too. Join us and try some seriously fun experiments!
Discover Chemistry£12.75 per Child
Wednesday 19th February 2020 - half day workshops for 9-11 year olds. With exciting experiments to try yourself, these fun-filled workshops will help you discover just how cool chemistry can be. We will be experimenting with solids, liquids and gases and finding out what happens when you mix different things together.
Explore the Moon Twilight£25.00 per Child
Thursday 20th February 2020 - twilight workshop for 9-11 year olds. The Moon is a very interesting and mysterious object. Come and find out all about it. You will make a model of the Moon, create some craters, learn some fascinating facts and design and build your own Moon lander. On twilight workshops you also get to visit one of our huge telescopes.
It is the 25th anniversary of The Observatory Science Centre in 2020 and we are celebrating throughout the year. Celebration Sundays will be held on the first Sunday of every month from February to November (with the exception of September). There will be different themes and activities each month but we will be showcasing just how much fun science actually is.