See the moon up close at the new Aga Khan exhibit
More dimples than a fat baby, more craters than a tween with bad skin: it’s the moon, everybody! The Aga Khan Museum is hosting an amazing new exhibit in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, and it’s all about the moon.
The Moon: A Voyage Through Time is an up-close and personal look at (a model of) the moon. Couldn’t convince the real deal to come down sadly but they’ve got a pretty Insta-worthy backup.
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Beside the giant sculpture spanning two floors, there’ll be a ton of other stellar (get it?) artwork. You can also play around with scientific instruments, without the scolding from your science teacher.
It’s the easiest way to check out the moon without the hassle of space travel.
When: Saturday, March 9- Sunday, August 18
Where: The Aga Khan Museum, 77 Wynford Dr
Cost: Students $12, general $20 (free Wednesdays 4 PM- 8 PM)