I've seen the "The Universe Exposed" show. It was about amateur space photography, which is thrilling. It's amazing that it's possible for everyone to see things like stars, galaxies, moon craters or other distant objects with the naked eye.
The actual planetarium is good. It has comfortable seats and good projectors. Unfortunately these are just regular projectors. Nothing really mind-boggling like laser-aided-projections (search for Carl-Zeiss Planetariums and see one if you can). In terms of flexibility the projectors are good though.
The dome is also reasonably sized and allows for a very immersive experience.
Staff is very friendly and able to answer questions (about the exhibitions and the typical tourist things).
The building, near the prime meridian, is modern and has an interesting architecture in the centre of the Greenwich Park.
Fascinating and inspiring: A 4.500.000.000 year-old piece meteorite which you can actually touch.
P.S.: I wonder why there is only one planetarium in London.
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