KIDS ON THE MOON
NAUTICA CENTER, Feb 18 – Mar 10, 2019
For children aged 5–10 years+ wishing to know what it feels like to be an astronaut.
The exhibition is officially supported by the European Space Agency (ESA).
First time in Estonia!
The global Kids on the Moon interactive and educational exhibition about space lands in Tallinn for the first time. Nautica Shopping Center will be hosting Kids on the Moon from 18th February until the 10th March.
Kids on the Moon showcases mankind’s achievements in space in a practical and exciting way for children. It is an educational, fun exhibition that provides children with interesting facts, as well as the opportunity to wear a make-believe space suit and feel the Moon’s surface.
Watch, listen, touch – experience the feeling that real astronauts feel in space!
Guided tours of Kids on the Moon will start every hour. The entrance to the Moon and Earth Modules and dressing up as an astronaut costs €3 (there are discounts for daycares and schools).
BOOK YOUR GUIDED TOUR BY E-MAIL AT LAPSEDKUUL@NAUTICA.EE OR AFTER THE OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION ALSO DIRECTLY AT NAUTICA CENTER.
- Earth module – step into a room similar to a space shuttle cockpit, watch exciting videos and photos led by our guiding astronaut, learn about planets and space in the solar system
- Moon module – put on a space suit, participate in astronaut training and feel what it would be like to step on the Moon.
- Exhibition of the Solar System – fascinating facts and models of the Sun and planets
- Photo exhibition – original photos of some of the most important space missions, signed by world reknown astronauts and cosmonauts
- Exhibition of models – International Space Station and rover that includes 14 models of spacecrafts from the Apollo programme up to the latest NASA and ESA machines
- Space suit replica – the Apollo program’s space suit, used to take the first steps on the Moon
- Telescope replica – a 3 metre high Hubble space telescope
- Photo corner – take home a wonderful memory with your Me on the Moon photo.
ALL ASTRONAUTS WILL RECEIVE A DIPLOMA!
Watch a video of the exhibition in England.