Apollo: When We Went to the Moon Exhibit

Combo: Science Centre Admission (Including Apollo: When We Went to the Moon) + 1 IMAX Movie

This admission ticket includes a general Science Centre Admission (including our feature Apollo: When We Went to the Moon), Science Experiments, and shows in the Zeidler Dome (space permitting), as well as 1 IMAX movie.

Free Regular Popcorn with each Purchase!

The Apollo: When We Went to the Moon exhibition is an interactive & immersive exhibit that will take you back in time to relive the excitement and wonder of the Apollo era, when humans first set foot upon the Moon. There are activities and experiences for the whole family to enjoy as you explore the exciting history of human space exploration.

 

 

Apollo: From Aunt Effie's Farm to the Moon

Apollo: From Aunt Effie's Farm to the Moon with Dr. Robert Smith followed by the full length, 93-minute, IMAX film  Apollo 11 

In December 1903, Orville Wright, in the presence of a small group of people, piloted the Wright Brothers  experimental airplane for a flight of around 12 seconds in length that had carried him roughly 120 feet. Brief though it was, this was the first successful flight by a heavy-than-air flying machine. A mere 66 years later, in July 1969, as part of the Apollo Program, humans were walking, in view of many hundreds of millions of people around the Earth, on the surface of the Moon.  In this talk, Robert Smith will examine how and why this astonishingly rapid development came about, as well as discuss the overall significance and place of the Apollo Program in history.  A look at the Canadians involved in the Moon missions will also be discussed.

The presentation will be followed by the full length, 93-minute, IMAX film  Apollo 11 

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