Well worth the trip up the hill. Great show in the planetarium area with a number of breakout areas to discover. Not a lot else but very cool nonetheless.
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and was filled with wonder. How times have changed and I was pretty disappointed having traipsed all the way to the other side of London to Greenwich. The times are very limiting that you can go and it's all over far too quickly. The guy...More
Amazing. Funny and witty commentator. You feel tiny and appreciate the universe more after this story. I recommend it a lot. However: 1) there are some bad seats which might diminish experience, and a bit of queuing, 2) the resolution and animations could be improved,...More
Nothing like as good as the original which has now been usurped by the waxworks. Considering the advances in optics since the fabulous Zeiss projector was built by real craftsmen, what you get here is basically just a large tv projector and a powerpoint projection....More
My wife and myself went her for a day out, it was well worth the visit, staff were very polite and helpful and the " Sky at Night" i would recommend.
We watched the show about our neighbours in the Solar system. It was interesting and easy for the kids to follow. I personally thought the exhibition surrounding the show was more interesting for an adult, but I guess it depends on what show you choose...More
After living in London for years, I only recently found out about the planetarium and the fact that it has regular shows at a very reasonable price. We choose the sky tonight, which is great as you can use the knowledge learnt in real time....More
One of London's must see attractions. And it's free! We didn't have a chance to spent a lot of time in the planetarium. We just quickly walked around all available places to see what is available. We will have to plan another trip to London...More
We watched one of the shows here and spent lots of time looking at the various art work and pieces that they have in the building with the planetarium. The staff were all very friendly and amusing, an the show itself was spectacular as excepted....More
We planned to go to the prime meridian and it’s free. But the queue was so long we went to The Planetarium instead, no queue there. We paid £6.50 per person to watch Solar Superstar. The show took around 30 minutes and my son’s family...More