“We are pleased to bring this exciting exhibition’s world premier to the Vancouver area in cooperation with the HR MacMillan Space Center and Ingenium/Canada Space Agency,” Mick Kelly, co-founder of Sensea Canada, said in a press release.
Stargazer is located at Tsawwassen Mills Shopping Mall in Vancouver and it aims to give visitors a whole new perspective to the immense complexity of the universe.
Guests will step into mesmerizing rooms with 270º wall and floor-projected video and symphonic sound and explore scale replicas of rockets, space stations, and satellites, plus an impressive version of the Apollo Lunar Module.
“This is a great opportunity to bring the excitement of space science and exploration to new communities,” added Lisa McIntosh, director of learning at the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre.
With everything from a timeline of the “space race” to an impressive Apollo Lunar Module and a custom virtual reality production, this entertaining and educational experience is sure to fascinate guests of all ages. Don’t miss this awe-inspiring space exhibit in Vancouver!