There is plenty to do come rain or shine, but do check the latest forecast from the Herstmonceux weather station to help you decide whether to bring an umbrella or sun cream!
We are keeping doors open to ensure flowing air movement: visitors are advised to wear appropriate clothing and footwear to keep warm.
There is no heating with the exhibits nor in the telescope domes. The temperature can drop rapidly - especially if you are visiting for a stargazing evening.
The outdoor exhibits cannot be open if the ground is flooded.
The Centre is located in a beautiful rural location.
In extreme bad weather, or 'Amber / Red' weather warnings advising against non-essential travel, it may not be possible to open for the safety of visitors, employees and volunteers.
We would use our social media for the latest information if we were unable to open.
The team are privileged to be on site through all seasons and weather.
We would like to share some of our weather related images.............