Travels Through Time and Space
This unique evening will be a fabulous trip through time and space. Be prepared to meet the Captain, Einstein, the Historian and the Space Explorer.
The Observatory Science Centre was built in the grounds of Herstmonceux Castle whose history dates back to the 15th Century. Discover secrets nearly lost to history, some strange mysteries of space and hear of the incredible voyages at sea endured for our delights.
In preparation for your adventure, we begin the evening with a delicious curry* rice and poppadum’s, a cash bar will be available to fortify yourself for the evening ahead.
As the bell tolls, your journey will commence. Armed with a map and an invitation the clock starts ticking……
When the daylight fades into the darkness of night, you will be able to experience the skies through the historic telescopes.
*meat or vegetarian options available - please specify when you book.
To make a booking please just phone The Centre on 01323 832731 to secure your place(s) using a credit or debit card.
Please wear warm clothing and sensible footwear and please bring a torch, preferably red light. The Centre, has been built on different levels with high walkways and steps, please be very careful when walking around The Centre especially in the hours of darkness.
While the Centre makes every effort to accomodate wheel chair users and others with mobility issues, by virtue of the nature of the building (grade II* listed), the telescopes are accessed by steep narrow stairs. If you require further information please do not hesitate to get in touch.
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£35.00 per adult
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The Observatory Science Centre is part of Science Projects Ltd, a company limited by guarantee registered in England No: 02186073 and a registered charity No: 298542. The registered office is 3 – 15 Stirling Road, Acton, London. W3 8DJ. UK.