We think our meeting will be one hour, more like 45 minutes. The movie started well and the content was rich, but the night sky scene after the movie lacked the information I hoped for. I think we can get more details and more time. After thinking about it, we think it is better to watch a night movie. Maybe we expect too much.
It used to be free for children. But this time we ran into a very annoying staff member who wanted to charge us an entrance fee. Except for moving the table to the opposite side this time, nothing has changed from the previous exhibition! I think you can charge if you make improvements, but in fact, it's really not worth it!
The Auckland Astronomical Museum is a popular science venue, not only for children, but also for adults. The fresh air and atmosphere in the southern hemisphere, here you should see the sky full of stars.
Stargazing in the southern hemisphere is a highlight. New Zealand is alone in the vast South Pacific, far from the industrial continent, and the night sky is quite clear. Iconic constellations such as the Southern Cross are easy to find, and shooting with mobile phones is also fun!
Because of the local tour organization, we went to the Auckland Planetarium. Although we have lived in Auckland for 47 years, we have not been there before. The theme of the show is "Matalik", which is very suitable in late June. The tour guide astronomy is just very rich. He introduced us to the planets and relative positions of the night sky, which made us very fascinated and moved. We would recommend it to others.
The Auckland Astronomical Museum is a good planetarium. A professionally knowledgeable tour guide in the museum will show you the exhibits in the explanation hall and take you to explore the planetarium. Go to the cinema with a 360-degree view of space and enjoy the experience of watching the sky full of stars.