The Sun - Living with Our Star
This is a Private Tour.
The exhibition’s curator will guide us to discover the incredible story of our closest star – the Sun – through fun hands-on experiences, unique objects, and stunning imagery in our latest exhibition.
Set at the centre of our solar system, the Sun’s brilliant light shapes our sense of time, our health and our environment. People have tried to harness its power and uncover its secrets since the dawn of civilisation.
From 3,000-year-old artefacts to upcoming space missions and even a nuclear fusion reactor, we will be led on a visual, action-packed journey that brings the science of the Sun to life.
Bask in sunlight on an indoor beach, try on historic sunglasses in a digital mirror, and watch the Sun rise around the world on a huge illuminated display as you explore the fascinating story of humankind’s relationship with our closest star.
Further information here:
Meet at 10:30 in the Science Museum’s Energy Café (Level 0 next to the shop).
Transport: South Kensington Tube station (Piccadilly Line is nearest) or use Transport for London’s Journey Planner: tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/
Lunch will be taken at Imperial College. Please tell the organiser if you are a member, past or present, of Imperial College.
Timetable: 10:30 – Meet in the Energy Café;
11:00 – Tour Starts;
12:30 – Tour Finishes – lunch;
14:00 – Visit either Science Museum or Natural History Museum (which now incorporates the Geological Museum).
Maximum size of party: 20.
Cost: £22·00 (Group Admission @ £12·00 + Tour @ £10)
Contacts: MC Black’s home phone number is 01920 467 930.
On the day, you can try ringing MC’s cell’phone on 07880 980 921 (but he often can’t hear it ringing!)
Late arrivals: – Ring MC Black on 07880 980 921 >