Current dates for this event are sold out but you can still book for the Valentine's event:
This month’s highlights include planetary conjunctions and the Orionid meteor shower. (All times given are for London and will vary for other parts of the UK.) 2 October after 22.00 look towards the waning gibbous Moon low in the east, and then look for the orange star Aldebaran in the constellation Taurus which will be only half a degree away.
4 Oct – a last quarter Moon will be visible in the morning, setting around 15.00.
Be transported to distant galaxies at London's only planetarium.
Join Ted the Teddy Bear on a journey throughout the Solar System, looking for the Great Big Bear in the sky.
A planetarium show for under-7s. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
With interactivity, music and rhyme, the show is a must for pre-school children.
Arriving at the Planetarium
The Planetarium is part of the Royal Observatory, at the top of a hill with spectacular views across London. Please allow enough time to get to us and aim to arrive at least 10 mins before the show’s start time, as latecomers cannot be admitted.