The Moon Adventure

Free family-friendly exhibition and events programme

Join us for a summer of physics fun as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first people to walk on the Moon.

10 July - 30 August 2019, Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm

NASA Moon rocks on display at certain times throughout August

37 Caledonian Road
London N1 9BU

Free entry
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Note: The exhibition will be closed on Monday 26 August (bank holiday).


What’s it like to be an astronaut? Where did the Moon come from? What’s the future of humans in space? You’ll find the answers to these questions (and more!) at the Institute of Physics’ new family-friendly exhibition: The Moon Adventure.

Get hands-on with family friendly physics experiments, be creative with arts and crafts activities and find out all about our closest neighbour in space. The exhibition will explore the physics of the Moon and the history of space travel with a season of free activities for all to enjoy.

We are also excited to have some NASA Moon rocks on display throughout August (at certain times only). 

Download a copy of the events programme (PDF, 890KB)
Download a copy of the exhibition poster (PDF, 433KB)

My Moon Adventure booklet

My Moon Adventure

Download My Moon Adventure to print and do at home or at school! Full of fun things to do and fascinating facts.

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