The latest virtual reality experience at the National Museum
Space Descent Virtual Reality is the latest exciting experience at the National Museum of Australia, just in time for the school holidays (for kids over age 13)! Opening on Boxing Day, visitors can experience the thrill of being an astronaut inside a Russian space capsule using the latest 360-degree virtual reality technology. Take the pilot's seat on a breathtaking 400km descent to Earth from the International Space Station. The experience is produced by the Science Museum Group and narrated by British astronaut Tim Peake.
The cost is $10 per person, plus booking fee and the virtual reality experience lasts up to 30 minutes. See the Eventbrite website to book your place - ensure you read the health and safety notice before buying your ticket. Get in early, so you don't miss out!