From 13th February until 4th March the Museum of the Moon was presented at Rochester Cathedral. In just 4 weeks the cathedral had over 120,000 visitors! A huge thank you to the team of cathedral volunteers who managed to guide and inform the crowds of people that came for their close encounter.
Here is a film of the artwork in Rochester made by the public…
The installation was free to visit in the day, with ticketed evening viewing and a number of ticketed live events taking place beneath the moon.
Events Beneath the Moon
Kent Astronomical Society astronomical talk.
Cheese and Supper under the Moon.
Valentine Day by Moonlight.
Astrodome – step inside an astrodome.
Just Floyd– performing Pink Floyd songs beneath the moon.
Mokum – performing beneath the moon.
Explore and Draw – Lunar art and creative writing workshop.
Small Giant Leaps – children’s concert.
Science and Religion talk.