A great opportunity to join the Bath Astronomers in the very garden where in 1781 William Herschel made the discovery of the planet Uranus. Hear talks about the moon and what can be observed in the winter skies. If clear, telescopes will be available to observe the night sky from the garden with chance of not only seeing the Moon but the planet Mars and maybe even Uranus itself.
Family Friendly. (Note: this event will go ahead even if the weather does not permit observing).
Ticket allows entry for up to 6 people.
Session 1: 5pm to 6.30pm
Session 2: 7pm to 8.30pm
Session 3: 9pm to 10.30pm