SPACE: A Journey to Our Future review, pics, hours, video, and info for the exhibit hosted at Cranbrook Institute of Science from September 26, 2021 through May 9, 2022.
This 5000 square foot exhibit celebrates NASA’s 50th anniversary with immensely interactive displays, state-of-the art visuals and audio technology. Exhibit explorers can touch actual moon and rocks from Mars, peruse a lunar base camp, and get a glimpse at the future of space exploration, travel, and technology.
There are themes the exhibition as you explore the origins of space program through its infancy, through the Apollo programs of NASA’s early years, through advances in Space today, and a realistic look into the future of humans in space travel and exploration.
SPACE: A Journey to Our Future at Cranbrook Institute of Science Pics
This journey is perfectly complimented by a visit to Cranbrook’s remarkable Acheson Planetarium.
OTHER FEATURES AND HIGHLIGHTS
- Lunar Base Camp where visitors can experience what it would be like to live on the moon
- An up-close look at NASA’s Constellation Program and a model of the Orion
- The spacecraft that will take human explorers back to the moon
- An illustrated timeline of NASA’s 50 years of space exploration
- Multimedia 360-degree “Future Theatre”
Cranbrook Institute of Science Hours
Wednesday and Thursday – 10a–5p
Friday – 10a-10p
Saturday – 10a-5p
Sunday – noon–4p
Fees required for this exhibit (in Addition to CIoS Admission Price)
Adults – $5
All CIS Standard Members – $4
Seniors 65+ & Children 2 – 12 – $3
Cranbrook Institute of Science Admission
Adults – $13
Children ages 2 – 12 – $9.50
Seniors 65+ – $9.50
Children under 2 – FREE
Cranbrook Members – Free
Cranbrook Institute of Science
9221 Woodward Avenue, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0801
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For more info on SPACE: A Journey to Our Future at Cranbrook, visit science.cranbrook.edu