What is a planetarium? If you or your children have an interest in space, astronomy and astrology than a visit to planetarium a help you to find answers to many questions in an informative and interactive form. A planetarium is a construction in which moving images of the sky at night are shown using a special machine. So, it does not matter if the skies are cloudy outside – you will always get a perfect sky image in the planetarium near you.
In the UK there are a range of stationery mobile planetariums, which one can find nearby. For example, there is Planetarium and Astronomy Centre at the Royal Museum Greenwich; The National Space Centre in Leicester or Life Science Centre in Newcastle. While these providers offer an exciting day out for a whole family, these may not be the best option for organisations. Thus a trip to a planetarium would involve a significant amount of paperwork associated with the trips arrangement and the cost per person will go up due to transport costs. All these problems can be solved with a mobile planetarium near you.
A mobile planetarium is an ideal option for school, and other providers, who want to enjoy a planetarium visit in their location. For example, our Wonderdome mobile planetarium delivers presenter-led astronomy shows in a variety of locations, including Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Greater Manchester, Birmingham, Derbyshire, Lancashire, Cheshire and other areas. Over the past years, Wonderdome has delivered over 1,000 shows to more than 85,000 visitors. All you need to do is to get in touch by phone (0114 3290089), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or via our website enquiry form and book a visit. We will provide you with all necessary paperwork, suggest a suitable timetable and our presenters will deliver personalised interactive shows for any age and ability groups.
The price of per visitor from a mobile planetarium starts from as low as Â£ 2.00.
So how do I find a planetarium near me?Â If you want to book the Wonderdome planetarium search no further, however, if you are located in the south or north of English, Scotland, Wales or Ireland you can find further information about existing mobile planetarium provider on the British Association of Planetaria website (https://www.planetaria.org.uk/)