A Valentine’s Evening with the Stars

Address:
, Greenwich Park, Greenwich, London51.477947 -0.001828
Tel:
0208 312 6565

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
5.25 PM to 7.25 PM; 5.30 PM to 7.30 PM; 6.45 PM to 8.50 PM; 6.50 PM to 8.50 PM
Tickets & Cost:
£20.50. See rmg.co.uk

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Why not skip the romantic meal in a fancy restaurant this year, and take your date to see the stars at the Royal Observatory?

The observatory will be laying on a romantically-themed planetarium show, followed by the chance to look at the moon through their 18-tonne Victorian telescope. You'll also get to straddle the famous the Meridian line on the forecourt.

The evening will also give you a chance to talk to a number of different astronomers about the life cycles of stars and galaxies (although we're not sure where the romance fits into that!)

Note: If the weather prevents everyone from observing then footage taken through the telescope will be projected through the eyepiece instead, to provide an experience that is close as possible to the real thing. Refunds will not be given.

 

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Craig’s review of Royal Observatory – “When I was a kid I always wanted to be a spaceman. Well actually that's not quite true: I wanted to be Darth Vader. So I've always had an interest in the Royal Observatory. I don't think people quite realise how serious it is though. They turn up thinking it's going to be full of spaceships and entertainment for the kiddies but it's actually more for the adults. It's… continued”

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