Aeroexpress Terminal at Sheremetyevo to Host Moscow Planetarium Exhibition
Jun 10, 2019
During the exhibition period, Aeroexpress passengers will receive a discount to visit one of the museums of Moscow Planetarium.
On 12 June, an interactive exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of Moscow Planetarium, one of the largest in the world and the oldest in Russia, will open at the Aeroexpress terminal at Sheremetyevo Airport. It will be available for visitors from 12 June to 11 September.
The exhibition will offer a display of photographs and a new unique exhibit from Moscow Planetarium that has never been shown anywhere before.
The photo display will feature pictures from the Planetarium’s archive, that were taken in different decades, starting from the late 1920s when the first foundation stone was laid up to nowadays. Along with historical shots, visitors will see the pictures telling some interesting facts about the Planetarium. For example, passengers will learn about an astronomical observatory and Lunarium museum, what the Astronomy and Physics and Gaining Insight into Space exhibitions talk about, and many more.
Visitors to the Aeroexpress terminal at Sheremetyevo will be able to examine an interesting exhibit — a large interactive kaleidoscope everyone may look into.
Moreover, all Aeroexpress passengers can visit Moscow Planetarium between 12 June and 11 September at a discounted price. Upon presenting their Aeroexpress tickets at the Lunarium’s ticket offices, they will receive a discount of 50% on weekdays and 20% at the weekend.
“During the summer holidays, the number of passengers with children commonly grows. This is why we have decided to open the Moscow Planetarium’s exhibition. Both adults and kids will spend some quality time while waiting for their train. An interactive kaleidoscope, which is part of the exhibition, will definitely interest every child. Upon arrival to Moscow, our passengers will be able to make their children’s leisure time even more interesting and visit the Planetarium with a nice discount,” said Alina Bisembaeva, CEO of Aeroexpress.
“On celebration of the 90th anniversary, Moscow Planetarium gives pleasant presents to the Moscow residents and guests of the city. The interactive kaleidoscope that will be installed at the Aeroexpress terminal at Sheremetyevo Airport is one-of-a-kind and has been produced especially for the Planetarium. It helps to understand how optical devices work. Visit the Planetarium to learn more about other wonders of physics. Visitors with Aeroexpress tickets will receive a discount to the Lunarium interactive museum,” said Vitaly Timofeyev, CEO of Planetarium.
It is worth noting that Moscow Planetarium is located near the metro station of the Circle Line, not far from the Belorussky Rail Terminal where Aeroexpress trains running from Sheremetyevo Airport arrive at.