The Museum of the Moon is a combination of technical and scientific skills and uses NASA moon imagery and music to create a lunar experience like no other.
The exhibition opens on Saturday, February 2 and will be at the Harris until February 24. David Kerr get a close up look at the moon. The exhibition culminates in installation artist Luke Jerrams 23-foot high, giant three-dimensional moon being suspended in the centre of the Grade I listed building for all to see. The installation combines lunar imagery, moonlight and a surround sound composition created by BAFTA and Ivor Novello award winning composer Dan Jones. There will also be guided tours, led by UCLan astrophysics experts, at 3.30pm, 4.45pm and 6pm. Tours are free but places are provided on a first come, first served basis. There will be some ticketed events (free and paid) during the time the moon installation is on display. A first look at the Harris' Museum of the Moon exhibition. Four-year-old Ethan Leach gas the moon on a stick.