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For the October school holidays


Sunshine Simon and the dark day

 

One day Mister Sun didn’t come up. So Sunshine Simon, a brave little sheep, and his friend Robert were sent on a quest to fetch Mister Sun. Did they succeed? Join them on their adventure and find out.

4 October – 12 October
Monday to Friday – 11:00, 12:00 & 15:00
Saturday – 12:00 & 15:30
Sunday – 12:00 & 15:30


Especially for children aged 5 and older


Davy Dragon and the Star City

 

Davy Dragon has just won the prize for the dragon who made the best progress in flying. As a reward, his mother decides to make Davy his favourite pudding, but as the recipe requires milk, she sends him to buy some. While on his way, Davy discovers what his address really is. Why don’t you join him and see what he found out?

11 December – 20 January
Monday to Friday – 11:00, 12:00 & 15:00 (excluding 25 December)
Saturday – 12:00 & 15:30
Sunday – 12:00 & 15:30
PLUS 24, 25, 31 January & 1 February

Especially for children aged 5 and older


Astronomy of the Great Pyramid

  

The pyramids of ancient Egypt were literally “stargates” - from where the spirits of dead pharaohs were believed to ascend to the stars. The largest of all pyramids - the Great Pyramid of Khufu - contains an elaborate system of shafts. At the time the pyramid was built, these were directed towards the most important stars in the sky. The planetarium, since it can be set back to ancient times, is the ideal device for demonstrating these alignments - and for exploring various speculations.

6 October – 10 October
Monday to Friday – 13:00

Suitable for teenagers & adults