The Moon Adventure

Wednesday 10th July 2019 - Friday 30th August 2019

Calling all space geeks!

What’s it like to be an astronaut? Where did the Moon come from? What’s the future of humans in space?
You’ll find the answers to these questions and more at the Institute of Physics’ new family-friendly exhibition – The Moon Adventure.

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission and the first people to walk on the Moon, the exhibition will explore the physics of the Moon and the history of space travel with a summer of free activities for all to enjoy. You can get hands-on with physics experiments, build a moon village, create a space comic strip and more. Download our programme guide to find out more about special family events and creative workshops.

Click here for more information on The Institute of Physics events programme and online activities.

If you’re coming to King’s Cross for The Moon Adventure, why not make a day of it? Here are some ideas for a great day out with the kids.

  • Location

    Institute of Physics
    37 Caledonian Road
    London, N1 9BU

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