The last destination for our super-squashed solar system is at the Ulster Transport Museum, Cultra, where you can follow the trail onto a newly installed pathway opening onto the North Down Coastal Path and stretching through Crawfordsburn Country Park, finishing at Bangor Pier.
About the Trail
This is one final chance to wander around our giant mini solar system along the stunning locations of the North Down coastal path. Pluto in the park anyone? Saturn-on-sea?
So, what exactly is Our Place in Space?
Centred around an epic scale model of the solar system designed by the artist Oliver Jeffers with scientist Professor Stephen Smartt and a creative team led by Nerve Centre, Our Place in Space is a three-dimensional sculpture trail, interactive AR app and exciting learning and events programme.
Read more about it, signup to the newsletter and generally be wowed via the Our Place in Space website.
Our Place in Space is one of 10 projects commissioned for the Unboxed: Creativity in the UK 2022.Visit Website
Currently we are looking for friendly intergalactic volunteers to make Our Place in Space a celebration of imagination, creativity and humanity.
How do I apply?
Apply via our Google form
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Our Place In Space's Volunteer and Inclusion Co-ordinator, Jude Mullan via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note in compliance with our safeguarding policy, you must be willing to undergo a DBS check.