From Thursday 24th to Saturday 26th October, visitors can reach for the stars by stepping inside a pop-up planetarium for an exciting, 360-degree space exploration experience.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first manned landings on the Moon, and intu Chapelfield is giving everyone the chance to have an astronomical experience of their own, by visiting the specially designed, inflatable space dome.
Sheridan Smith, Marketing Manager at intu Chapelfield says; “For three days only, we’re over the moon to be hosting the pop-up planetarium. It’s all part of the Norwich Science Festival and promises to be an out of this world adventure for all the family. Join us for a successful mission as we investigate and explore more about the Universe beyond planet Earth, from right here in Norwich.”
Between 10am and 4pm over the three days, the inflatable science dome will be showing 40-minute presentations. These incredible, fully immersive shows will reveal more about space exploration and how scientists have investigated the Universe beyond planet Earth. The planetarium will be located on the upper ground mall next to Pret. Spaces are expected to get snapped up quickly, so pre-booking is required.
Sheridan adds; “Our intu Family Club members will be getting a little bit of advance notice before the booking system launches, so if you want to be first in line to take flight, make sure you’ve signed up online.”
The intu Family Club is FREE to join, with members receiving exclusive discounts, offers and much more. Sign up here.
Space Cadets in training at intu Chapelfield’s Family Club
Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th October
10am – 4pm outside Boots on the Lower Ground Mall
On Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th October, intu Chapelfield’s Family Club will host some cosmic space cadet training sessions for its family club members.
The activities will make sure everyone, big and small, has what it takes to become the ultimate space cadet, with mini science experiments, taste tests of galactic-themed food and lessons for how to walk in space.
The space cadet training sessions are FREE for intu Chapelfield’s Family Club members. Simply sign up in advance to become a member and join in with the astronomical Half-Term fun.