Johannesburg – Space geeks and rocket-ship lovers are in for something out of this world.
The internationally acclaimed exhibition Gateway to Space is coming to South Africa.
This exciting project will be hosted at the Sandton Convention Centre from 1 June to 31 July and will basically give people a glimpse into what it’s like to travel into space!
The exhibition is so legit that it’s being assembled by the US Space & Rocket Center, an official NASA Visitor Center.
So if you’ve ever wondered what it’s like in space now is your chance to find out!
Some of the coolest features to look out for at the exhibit include a real moon rock, a life-size Mir space station core module, a Sputnik-1 model and an Apollo capsule model.
Gateway to Space: The Exhibition, is organised by Huisgenoot, YOU and Drum magazines.
The exhibition is currently being displayed in Budapest and will be shipped from there to South Africa in 20 containers, making this the biggest exhibition yet to travel to SA.
Single ticket (adult): R180
Single ticket (children between 18 months and 18 years): R120
Family package: R520 for a family of four.
School packages, which include a free ticket for one adult for every booking of 20 pupils, are also available. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to book.
All tickets (excluding school packages) are available at Computicket.
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