Celebrate the holiday season while discovering science and space exploration with the newest holiday tradition in Houston: Galaxy Lights. This all-new, technologically advanced experience presented by Reliant will transform and illuminate Space Center Houston with space-themed installations via LED lights, 3-D projections, and interactive displays. Don’t miss it this Saturday at Space Center Houston!
Experience a high-tech kinetic light show where dozens of suspended lights move in precise choreographed sequences above the Main Plaza. Explore and learn about the technology behind advanced LED and RGB light displays at interactive learning stations where guests can change the colors of lights decorating an artificial tree.
Catch the original film "Holidays in Space," which includes real footage of astronauts celebrating the holidays as well as interviews with retired astronauts about what it was like celebrating in space. Marvel at large, 3-D holiday décor in Zero-G Diner while enjoying hot cocoa and other holiday food and beverages available for purchase. Snap a stellar selfie in the Earth photo station in Independence Plaza and grab a bite at a s’more pit.
Board the NASA Tram Tour to stargaze at an indoor meteor shower before traveling to NASA Johnson Space Center through an LED light tunnel of more than 250,000 lights synchronized to festive holiday music. See dazzling, interactive lights and 3-D projections at the Rocket Park experience, supported by Texas Children’s Hospital. Discover the massive Saturn V rocket telling the story of Commander Quest via 3-D light projection mapping. No matter what you hope to find, Galaxy Lights won’t disappoint!
Galaxy Lights at Space Center Houston is fun for the whole family! General admission starts at $15.95; however, children 3 and under are admitted for free. Purchase tickets online now at www.spacecenter.org.
At Bayou Parc at Oak Forest Apartments in Houston, Texas, we promote resident satisfaction with an array of incredible amenities—both inside and outside of your apartment. However, we understand your need for more social engagement with your greater community and encourage you to attend this event when it passes through our city!
Saturday, November 23, 2019—6:00 PM
Event Venue Location:
Space Center Houston
1601 East NASA Parkway
Houston, Texas 77058