Coming 1-31 October 2021

Opening Times: Mon-Sat 10:30am-4pm, Thursday Late Nights 6-8pm

Free Entry

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting Gaia throughout October 2021.  Gaia is a 6m in diameter art installation created by Luke Jerram, depicting our planet using NASA imagery.  This exhibit has already been displayed in Liverpool Cathedral, Salisbury Cathedral, the Natural History Museum and around the world in Hong Kong and Taipei to name a few places. 

Gaia at the Natural History Museum, 2018

To make this exhibition a success, we are looking for a number of volunteers to help out.  If you feel like this is something you would be interested in or want to know more, head to our Volunteering for Gaia page.

Throughout October, we will also be hosting a series of talks, presentations and discussions that will look at our planet and the climate crisis from the perspective of both science and faith.  This talks will be led by a large range of experts and speakers.  More details will be announced soon so please keep an eye out on social media and on our Gaia events page.

During our time of hosting Gaia, we are offering the opportunity for schools and groups to book visits or events.  For more information, please head to our Booking Information page.