An immersive tour of the Powerhouse Museum’s Space exhibition where historical audio, music and a live educator take audiences on a historical and scientific voyage into human spaceflight.
Produced and written by Ali Gordon
Presented by the Powerhouse Museum – Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Ultimo
Take a giant leap for humankind as you explore the wonders of spaceflight through a live, guided tour of the museum’s Space Exhibition. Accompanied by exciting space-themed music, this Mission Commander-led tour will see learners transformed into Powerhouse Space Cadets as they learn about rocketry, orbit, gravity, and (most importantly) how to use a space toilet! The tour begins with a glimpse of humans’ earliest rockets, before leading cadets through a replica space shuttle and a habitation module where they will see where astronauts eat, bathe and sleep. Cadets will then step into a Zero Gravity Space Lab where they will experience the illusion of weightlessness – they may even feel space sick!