Schedule: Mon / Fri 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm | Sat / Sun 12.30 pm - 3.30 pm
Tickets: £ 10 | £ 5
Location: Royal Observatory
Address: Blackheath Ave, London SE10 8XJ
Are you ready to immerse yourself in an electrifying experience among the dunes and canyons of the red planet? Mars is closer than ever, particularly at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, where visitors of all ages, or to be more precise, from seven years of age and up, can explore the mysteries of the fourth planet of the solar system. Key word: amazement. No preparations necessary, just sit back in your seat and look up - the immersive experience of One Day on Mars will revel an unexplored world, crossed by volcanic valleys and pummelled by sand storms. As NASA’s Rover Perseverance continues to make preliminary strides across the red planet and Elon Musk promises to land, by 2026, humans on Mars, the Royal Observatory offers a little taste to the curious and impassioned.
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The French painter as you’ve never seen him before - works on loan from around the world reveal the emotional and Dionysian side of the artist, with influences from classical art and inspirations from the Italian Renaissance.
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The first inhabitants of the Terra Australis are finally being recognised for their role in history. Thirty contemporary art works are a testimony to their journey up to now, with diverse voices and perspectives.