Take your children on a magical journey to the moon this summer

This summer you can take your children on a magical trip to see the moon at Bristol Cathedral.

Museum of the Moon is an amazing live art installation by the talented artist and creator, Luke Jerram.

Internally-lit and suspended from the crossing of the Cathedral, the moon measures seven metres in diameter and features 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface. 

There will be surround sound composition to accompany the moon, adding to the magical effect.

Museum of the Moon is open most days from 12th – 31st August, 9am-5pm. The event is free but donations are welcome, all of which will go towards St Mungo’s, a Bristol-based charity for people who are homeless.

There may be queues to the event and, if numbers are large, pre-booking slots may be introduced, however these will remain free of charge. 

For more details about this event, please visit https://bristol-cathedral.co.uk/moon.