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Posted : 6 December 2019
Mills Observatory, one of Dundee’s best loved and iconic attractions, has now re-opened with a fantastic family friendly Winter Programme.
Alongside regular Saturday Stars events, there will be fortnightly Winter Planetarium shows until the end of March 2020 where attendees can take a tour of the night sky and learn about constellations, galaxies and latest space news. There are always opportunities for learn and play with an astro-cart packed full of fun, self directed activities to help younger visitors learn more about space travel and the universe. Additionally, guided visits for Schools and Community Groups are available to book throughout the winter
The observatory will also continue its Outer Space|Inner Space collaboration with the University of Dundee to promote an interactive, science outreach programme which promotes cutting-edge research from School of Life Sciences.
Sinclair Aitken, Chair of Leisure & Culture Dundee said
“We can’t wait to welcome visitors back to Mills Observatory. Our winter season always allows excellent opportunities to discover the night sky and celebrate the wonders of the universe.”
Mills Observatory will be open over the Winter from November 2019 to March 2020, Monday to Friday, 4pm – 10pm and Saturday & Sunday, 12.30pm – 4pm.
The full programme is available at www.leisureandculturedundee.com/mills-home
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