Current shows

GuineaMinnie & the Piece of Sky

One day something fell right onto Guinea Minnie’s head! What could it possibly be? A piece of sun? Maybe a piece of moon or was it a piece of star? Join Guinea Minnie and her friends to find out what it was.

Until 6 April
Monday to Friday - 11:00, 12:00 & 15:00
Saturday – 12:00 & 15:30
Sunday – 12:00 & 15:30

Especially for children aged 5 and older


Davy Dragon’s Guide to the Night Sky

Come and join Davy Dragon while he learns all about the sky above so that he can fulfil his dream of becoming the world’s best flying dragon! This is a playful introduction to astronomy especially for the under 10s. Just right for inquiring young minds.

12 April – 22 June
Saturday - 12:00
Sunday - 12:00
18, 21 & 28 April, 16 June – 12:00

Especially for children aged 5 – 10


Silly Solly and the Shooting Stars

Solly Snail wants to be chosen for his garden's soccer team and thinks up ways to become a speedier snail, so that he will be chosen. He decides to ask a shooting star to help him, but does his plan work and will he be chosen for his garden's soccer team? Join him on his quest and find out what happened.

29 & 30 April & 2 May ONLY
12:00, 13:00 & 15:00

Especially for children aged 5 and older


The Sky Tonight

An interesting live lecture on the current night sky is presented every Saturday and Sunday. You will receive a star map and be shown where to find the constellations and planets that are visible this month.

Saturday - 13:00
Sunday - 13:00
21 March – 12:00

Suitable for teenagers & adults


Astronomy of the Great Pyramid

The pyramids of ancient Egypt were literally “stargates” - from where the spirits of dead pharaohs were believed to ascend to the stars. The largest of all pyramids - the Great Pyramid of Khufu - contains an elaborate system of shafts. At the time the pyramid was built, these were directed towards the most important stars in the sky. The planetarium, since it can be set back to ancient times, is the ideal device for demonstrating these alignments - and for exploring various speculations.

Until 20 July
Monday to Friday – 14:00(excluding 18, 21 & 28 April, 1 & 5 May, 2, 16, 23-27 June)
Tuesday evening - 20:00 (& sky talk) (excluding 24 June)
Saturday - 14:30
Sunday - 14:30
18, 21 & 28 April, 16 June – 14:30 

Suitable for teenagers & adults


The Endless Horizon

In this presentation, we concentrate on the great ages of exploration and focus on explorers who typify each era. This is a fascinating story of man's reach beyond his known world

Until 4 April
Monday to Friday - 13:00

Suitable for teenagers & adults