Perth Observatory | Doctor Who Night Tour
Attention all Doctor Who fans! Join in at the Perth Observatory for a special Tardis Day celebration on November 23rd. Dress up as your favourite character and explore the wonders of the universe with the Observatory’s telescope operators. You may even encounter a Dalek or two!
Experience the stunning night sky through the range of telescopes and discover celestial objects such as massive nebulae, double stars, and enormous star clusters. The Observatory’s volunteers will take you on a grand tour of the Southern Hemisphere’s sky, pointing out nebulas, planets, and dying stars.
In addition to the telescopes, you can browse the museum and see historical instruments, the meteorite exhibit, astrophotographs, and artwork. Be sure to admire the beauty of the Atlas Coelestis, the first Star Atlas ever printed in 1729 by John Flamsteed, the First Astronomer Royal at the Greenwich Observatory in Great Britain.
And don’t forget to dress up for a chance to win great prizes! There will be awards for the best adult and child costumes on the night. This is an event you won’t want to miss, so mark your calendars and join in for a night of Doctor Who and stargazing.
For further information, and to book, visit the website.