Museum of the Moon

23 - 25 June 2017
Presented by Luke Jerram
‘"One small step..."’

Neil Armstrong


Museum of the Moon

Event information:

Type: Installation, Music

Time:
10pm & 11pm (Friday & Saturday)

Duration: Approx 40 mins

Family friendly: Yes

Description:

Come and explore both sides of the moon...

The London premiere of Luke Jerram’s stunning artwork touches down in Greenwich Park featuring an incredible seven metre inflatable moon sculpture, with detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface.

A surround sound composition, created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award winning composer Dan Jones, (who wrote the music for last year’s GDIF opening night production “The House”), features archive audio from moon landings.

Museum of the Moon is free to experience during the day on Saturday 24 (1pm-7pm) and Sunday 25 June (12 noon-5pm). There is a limited capacity within the Old Royal Observatory Gardens so you may need to queue.

Museum of the Moon runs late into the night on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 June, giving you a rare chance to experience Greenwich Park after dark. Dance duo Humanhood will perform their new piece 'Orbis' during the Saturday night shows.

Part of the London Festival of Architecture

Museum of the Moon photo gallery in The Guardian

Discover more at my-moon.org

Access infomation:

Museum of the Moon is wheelchair accessible.
Please note it is a steep walk up to the top of the hill and the grounds of the Old Royal Observatory Garden are uneven and grassy in some areas.

There is Blue badge parking available at the top of the hill in Greenwich Park which is open as normal during the day. For night-time shows of Museum of the Moon you will need to book Blue badge parking in advance by emailing access@festival.org

We have a number of free access tickets available first come first served for this show. Please email tickets@festival.org to find out more. To book a free Personal Assistant ticket please email tickets@festival.org

Tickets/Booking:

Tickets/Booking: £10 (Free during the day)

Click here to book tickets for the night-time shows.

Location & Map:

The Old Royal Observatory Gardens, Greenwich Park