What's on Space Voyage at St Albans Cathedral 5 days 13 hours 48 mins 20 secs ***Space Voyage Tickets Update***Tickets are still available - please scroll to the bottom of the page to book. Take a journey to the moon and stars this autumn with a spectacular space themed son-et-lumiere at St Albans Cathedral in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. Suitable for all ages, this stunning cosmic installation sees the outside of the Cathedral transformed into a visual journey to the edge of the Milky Way and back. The longest nave in England will become an ethereal galaxy as light and music fill the huge, ancient spaces. And a special installation to commemorate the Moon Landing uses NASA imagery of the lunar surface allowing you to walk on the moon and take your very own ‘One Small Step’. An unmissable experience which will dazzle your eyes and expand your horizons to infinity - The Very Rev'd Dr Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans Space Voyage is produced by Artistic Collaboration Luxmuralis, creators of Poppy Fields, experienced by over 10,000 visitors at St Albans Cathedral in October 2018 commemorating the centenary of the end of World War One. The installation forms the centre piece of a wider Space themed events programme at the Cathedral throughout October and November, including talks, music and children’s space themed trails Image: Luxmuralis Tickets: Adults: £6* Under 16s: £4 Family of 5: £20** Students (with ID): £4 *Adult tickets purchased in advance up to and including Sunday 27 October will be charged at the early booking rate of £6. From Monday 28 October Adult tickets will be £7.50 each. ** Please note a family ticket may be used by a maximum of 2 adults Concessions: Children under 3 go free and do not require a ticket. Carers go free. Sponsorship Opportunity Our thanks go to our Sponsor Partners: There is still time to get involved and support this event as one of our Sponsor Partners: Sponsor Space Voyage Further information Tickets will be sold at 15 minute intervals. The booking time is the start of the exhibition. You need to arrive 15-20 minutes before your booking time to ensure you do not miss the start of the experience. We anticipate the experience taking around an hour, but it can be enjoyed at your own pace. Tickets can be purchased on the night from the Box Office, subject to availability. There is strictly no parking at the Cathedral. Please use nearby city car parks Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Access Access will be via the Waxhouse Gate entrance (opposite the Clock Tower) to the North Churchyard. The event is wheelchair and pushchair friendly. You will walk all around the Cathedral to different elements of the exhibition. It is not seated. The exhibition includes sounds, music and moving and flashing images as well as bright lights and areas of darkness within the Cathedral. A map is available to download below. Space Voyage Map Booking Instructions The event is running from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November. The first entry time is 5.45pm each day and the last entry time is 9pm. Tickets can be purchased on line or in person from the Box Office. Please arrive 15-20 minutes before your booking time to ensure you do not miss the start of the experience. Select the month and then the day and entry time you would like to book for and select Book Now. The Early Booking Adult discount will be automatically applied at the checkout. Ticket Collection Tickets are available for collection from the Cathedral Box Office which is located in the Welcome Centre. We expect to be very busy on the night so would encourage you to collect your tickets before the event to avoid queuing on the night. If you do collect your tickets on the night please allow extra time to do this. The Box Office which is located in the Welcome Centre, is open Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm and on Sunday from 1pm to 5pm.