Come and stargaze with us! Using professional telescopes, knowledgeable experts from Bath Astronomers will guide you as you look through them to help you identify features of the night sky.
The telescopes will be situated in the museum’s garden where, in 1781, William Herschel spotted the planet Uranus for the first time. In the event of cloudy weather, there will be talks about the Herschels’ lives and the night sky, plus a variety of resources including apps to help you understand the night sky in an exciting and detailed way. The museum will remain open for you to visit as well. Tickets for this special event must be reserved in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 01225 446865. Payment will be on arrival.
Concession (including BPT members) £7
Please wear warm clothing on the night. Suitable for adults and children aged 8+.
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