Calling all junior astronauts, space-enthusiasts and history buffs, the most comprehensive and extensive touring space flight exhibition in the world has finally landed in Australia, and you can visit right now.
Get up close and personal with more than 250 historically significant artefacts from the United States and Soviet Union space programs at Queensland Museum, where the NASA: A Human Adventure space exhibition is currently on display.
The exhibition is a visual documentation of some of man’s greatest achievements in space, and presents a history of rocket science and space flight in a way that you’ve never seen before.
Some of the objects on display even include original objects flown in space, high fideltity replicas and scale models. It’s enough to keep even the busiest of minds enthralled, kids and adults alike.
The exhibition is open now until October 9, 2019 at Queensland museum and tickets cost$18-$21 for adults, $12 childen aged 5 to 15 years and children under 5 are free. A family pass is an affordable $58.
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