Mobile Planetarium

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Auriga Astronomy, the UK's No1 mobile Planetarium service for schools, scouts organisations, museumsa  and other local and ntaional organisations.

With over 18 years of professional presentations, you can be assured you will recieve a quality service from us. the BBC chose us, so you know you are in safe hands.

Most of our presentations are unique to us, and therefore unabailable with any other planetarium. The Majority are presenter led, by our Astronomy Expert Dave, who has given talks around the world.

 We offer our service across  Derbyshire, South Yorkshire, Leicestershire, the North West, Birmingham, Greater London and the rest of the mainland UK


Our educational shows meet the National curriculum: science programmes of study requirements. We do NOT use 360 projection as it mena showing the same films as the rest...WE write our own materials., which means we can update them regularly & give you something different.


Our Mobile Planetarium comes fully insured (£10m PLI) , all our presenter has an enhanced DBS check and we can also provide you with full risk assessment. Thus, booking WonderDome mobile planetarium removes all the administrative hassle of arranging a group trip, and with the price from as little as £1.75 per person a mobile planetarium visit is a great option for your school or group!


Astronomy badges for:




Early years, FKS, KS1, KS2,

The Earth in Space; Light and dark; Our Beautiful Earth; Is there life out there?;  The Greeks; The Egyptians; The Mayans; What is a Star!; Man in space, Apollo 11,  The history of the universe; The Solar System in detail.

KS3 and KS4 curriculum science topics e.g.:


Our place in Space; The Solar system and beyond; What is a STAR;  The history of Astronomy;? The magnetic universe; The life cycle of a Star; The big bang & the Hot Universe; Man in space, Apollo 11, Inside a gas giant; The journey to Mars; 


Visit our website or contact us on or call 07876 682348

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