The Moon exhibition

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing at a major museum exhibition in London.

The Moon is the UK’s biggest exhibition dedicated to Earth’s celestial neighbour.

Charting the cultural and scientific story of our relationship with the Moon, the exhibition features over 180 objects, including artefacts from NASA's Apollo 11 mission.

Reconnect with the wonders of the Moon through artefacts, artworks and interactive moments, and discover how it has captivated and inspired us throughout history.

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Take a giant leap to Greenwich and go see this excellent exhibition

As well as re-living the momentous events of the original 'Space Race', the exhibition also looks ahead to the future of space exploration and the 21st century drive for humans to return to the Moon.

Discover iconic lunar images, see amazing NASA equipment that has been to the Moon and back, and ask yourself: what does the Moon mean to us today?

The Moon exhibition: open every day until 5 January 2020

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Fun for all the family

PDF iconMoon Family Trail

Pick up a trail when visiting the Moon exhibition, and watch your little ones soar into space! For ages 7+

Essential information

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Opening times: 
Daily | 10am - 5pm | Exhibition continues until 5 January 2020
National Maritime Museum
Adult: £9 | Child: £4.50 | Student: £5.85
Find your way

Royal Museums Greenwich is a quick and easy journey from central London, by DLR, rail or boat