The breath-taking Museum of the Moon will wrap up its run in February. 

Found suspended in the wonderfully Baroque Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College in Maritime Greenwich, the installation's run will draw to a close on Sunday, March 5.  

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Created by UK artist Luke Jerram, the artwork is a seven metre, to-scale moon created by using NASA imagery, featuring minute details of the moon's surface.  

The installation is lit from within and comes with a soundscape created by BAFTA-winning composer Dan Jones.  

Already magnificent enough, the beauty of the installation is enhanced by the beauty of the Painted Hall, and vice versa actually.  

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Before its run ends, there are still a few wellness workshops on, one a sound bath on Saturday, January 21, a movement workshop on Saturday, January 28 and a full moon yoga workshop on Sunday, February 5.  

Of course, you can just book a ticket too, to see the museum - it's £12.50/£7.50 adult/concession.  

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