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Enginuity, Coalbrookdale


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Event Start :
Feb 10th 2024 10:00am
Event End :
Feb 18th 2024 4:00pm

Comets and Constellations

Join us at Enginuity this February half-term to go on an immersive adventure to discover the marvels of the universe.

Two planetariums will screen the mind-blowing film We Are Stars, with amazing animations that will answer questions about where we come from and our connection with the universe.

Children will have the chance to handle 4.6-billion-year-old meteorites, as well as learning about comets before making one to take home.

There will be mind-bending Virtual Reality experiences where kids can explore the world around them in a new way and Augmented Reality adventures to discover the periodic table and learn about new and wondrous elements.

Event in collaboration with Immersive Experiences.

Dates: Saturday 10 February – Sunday 18 February

Location: Enginuity, Coalbrookdale

This event is suitable for mini astronauts aged 5+.

Additional charge of £3 on top of Enginuity ticket price or free to PASS PLUS holders and Friends. Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance.  


  • Disabled Access
  • Disabled Parking
  • Disabled Toilets
  • Guide Dogs
  • Lift
  • Entrance Flat No Steps
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