General observing and talks on ´What to see in the Autumn/Winter skies´
These 90 minute sessions will include a welcome into the museum and a socially distanced presentation in the Caroline Lucretia Gallery (masks required for this part only). Telescopes will then be set up for observing the skies from the very garden where the planet Uranus was discovered in 1781.
Sessions are for groups of up to 6 people and on a clear night you can expect to see the Moon, Jupiter and Saturn.
Tuesday 22 September, 7.00pm and 9.00pm (sessions last 90 minutes)
Pre-booking timed slots is essential, please email us if you require further information.