Visit Newbury are delighted to announce that they are bringing Luke Jerram’s Museum of the Moon art installation to Newbury for 3 weeks!

Working in joint collaboration with the Corn Exchange and 101 Arts, the installation will be housed within the Corn Exchange auditorium from 15 August – 3 September.

During this 3 week period you will be able to take part in lots of exciting moon themed events.

Visitors to this magical setting can experience the six metre, to-scale sculpture of the Moon as it is suspended in Corn Exchange’s main auditorium.

Museum of the Moon is a completely accurate facsimile of the moon, made using incredible NASA images, and featuring minute detail of the lunar surface so that visitors can discover the rarely-seen dark side of the moon.

The internally-lit installation features a surround sound composition by BAFTA-winning composer Dan Jones for a stunning and profound art-meets-nature experience, including Debussy’s Claire de Lune and recordings of the moon landings to truly immerse visitors in this breath taking lunar world.

Tickets are free to book. There is a suggested donation of £5.

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