Exhibitions & events at the Royal Observatory

Coronavirus reopening

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We have an exciting selection of free and paid events, exhibitions and courses at the Royal Observatory and Planetarium, see what's on below.

E.g., 28 October 2020
E.g., 28 October 2020

28 October 2020

Out of the world workshop

Planetarium shows, Family fun, Daytime
Join our Mars-themed half-term holiday activity, including a virtual planetarium show and space make-and-do's!
Times:
27, 28 October | 11am–12.30pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

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Planetarium shows, Family fun
SOLD OUT until 2 November
Times:
Everyday from 17 October | 11am
Location:
Royal Observatory

Planetarium

Planetarium shows
SOLD OUT until 31 October
Times:
Everyday from 17 Oct | 12 noon and 2pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

29 October 2020

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Planetarium shows, Family fun
SOLD OUT until 2 November
Times:
Everyday from 17 October | 11am
Location:
Royal Observatory

Planetarium

Planetarium shows
SOLD OUT until 31 October
Times:
Everyday from 17 Oct | 12 noon and 2pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

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Daytime
Have you always wanted to know more about astronomy? Or do you have a child who is curious about space? Learn more about space during our Q...
Times:
27th, 29th and 30th October 2020 | 15:00
Location:
Online

30 October 2020

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Planetarium shows, Family fun
SOLD OUT until 2 November
Times:
Everyday from 17 October | 11am
Location:
Royal Observatory

Planetarium

Planetarium shows
SOLD OUT until 31 October
Times:
Everyday from 17 Oct | 12 noon and 2pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

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Daytime
Have you always wanted to know more about astronomy? Or do you have a child who is curious about space? Learn more about space during our Q...
Times:
27th, 29th and 30th October 2020 | 15:00
Location:
Online

31 October 2020

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Planetarium shows, Family fun
SOLD OUT until 2 November
Times:
Everyday from 17 October | 11am
Location:
Royal Observatory

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Daytime
Join us for Solar System Discovery, a live online planetarium show presented by an astronomer from the Royal Observatory Greenwich.  
Times:
Saturdays, Sundays | 11am, 12 noon, 1pm, 2pm
Location:
Online

Planetarium

Planetarium shows
SOLD OUT until 31 October
Times:
Everyday from 17 Oct | 12 noon and 2pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

1 November 2020

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Planetarium shows, Family fun
SOLD OUT until 2 November
Times:
Everyday from 17 October | 11am
Location:
Royal Observatory

Planetarium

Planetarium shows
SOLD OUT until 31 October
Times:
Everyday from 17 Oct | 12 noon and 2pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

2 November 2020

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Planetarium shows, Family fun
SOLD OUT until 2 November
Times:
Everyday from 17 October | 11am
Location:
Royal Observatory

Planetarium

Planetarium shows
SOLD OUT until 31 October
Times:
Everyday from 17 Oct | 12 noon and 2pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

3 November 2020

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This comprehensive course at Royal Observatory Greenwich provides an opportunity to acquire a rigorous scientific understanding of the...
Times:
Tuesdays 6.30pm-9pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

Earth-like exoplanets?

Talks & Courses
An introductory adult course on the topic of astrobiology and life in the Universe.
Times:
Location:
Online

10 November 2020

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This comprehensive course at Royal Observatory Greenwich provides an opportunity to acquire a rigorous scientific understanding of the...
Times:
Tuesdays 6.30pm-9pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

17 November 2020

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This comprehensive course at Royal Observatory Greenwich provides an opportunity to acquire a rigorous scientific understanding of the...
Times:
Tuesdays 6.30pm-9pm
Location:
Royal Observatory

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