13 October - 29 October 23
Dark Skies Festival Exmoor
The Annual Dark Skies Festival Exmoor is a celebration of the natural wonder of the night sky, which takes place each year in Exmoor, a region in the southwest of England. The festival aims to promote awareness of the beauty of the night sky, the importance of preserving dark skies, and the benefits of astronomy and stargazing. The festival features a range of activities and events for visitors of all ages, including stargazing sessions, guided night walks, astronomy talks and workshops, storytelling, music and art performances, and more. Visitors can learn about the science and history of the universe, and explore the night sky in a range of settings, from coastal cliffs to remote moorland. It provides a unique opportunity for visitors to connect with nature, to learn about the natural world and the impact of light pollution on our environment, and to experience the beauty of the night sky in one of the few remaining dark sky reserves in Europe.
The festival also provides an opportunity for local businesses and communities to come together, showcasing the unique culture and heritage of Exmoor and promoting sustainable tourism in the region. The festival's success has helped to raise awareness of the importance of preserving dark skies for future generations, and to promote the benefits of astronomy and stargazing in inspiring and educating people about the wonders of the universe.
The Dark Skies Festival Exmoor is a truly unique and inspiring event that celebrates the natural beauty of the night sky, promotes awareness of environmental issues, and provides a range of educational and cultural experiences for visitors of all ages.
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