Dark Side of the Museum of the Moon
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15 February 2019
7.00pm - 10.30pm
£16 per person
A night where astronomy meets art.
Experience Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album like never before in our planetarium – with visuals displayed on the dome to accompany the music – and take in the awe-inspiring view of a seven-metre-wide illuminated Moon, suspended above the ground.
Museum of the Moon, created by UK artist Luke Jerram, displays the Moon’s surface in stunning detail with digital imagery captured by a NASA satellite. Grab a drink at the bar and take a seat to slowly take in the spectacular art installation.
- 15-minute Live Skies planetarium show
- 45-minute Dark Side of the Moon show in the planetarium
- Opportunity to explore Museum of the Moon
Please note: Late entry will not be permitted, so please ensure you arrive on time. Seats are not pre-allocated and we cannot guarantee that your party will be able to sit together. Please note that other areas of the science centre will not be open – this ticket provides access to a timed planetarium show and Museum of the Moon only. Drinks are not included with admission and must be purchased separately. Drinks are not permitted inside the planetarium.
Life Science Centre
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
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