Inside Diamond - Public Open Days

Mar 14. till Mar 15.

Inside Diamond - Public Open Days

An opportunity to see the inside of the Diamond Synchrotron and to learn about the science that takes place here.

Date
14/03/2015 - 15/03/2015
Location
Diamond Light Source, Oxfordshire, UK

Event Details

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

We are holding 2 open days in March on Saturday 14th March and Sunday 15th March.

The open day will include a short introduction to Diamond, a tour inside the machine, and stalls and activities. We expect a visit will last around two and a half hours – so please wear comfy shoes! There are several sessions per day, so please select your choice within the booking system.

Note that there is one session listed as a family session - this will consist of exactly the same tour, but the talk will be aimed at a younger audience.

Advice/Restrictions:

Due to the size of the facility, during the guided tour there will be extensive walking involved, we advise all visitors to wear comfortable footwear.
Due to the nature of the facility we do not admit visitors under the age of 5, and we recommend that the visit is more suitable for ages 10+

We have very few restrictions due to health or mobility issues, although we ask you to tell us of any special requirements during registration so we can ensure suitable tour routes are available. 
 

How do I make a booking for Inside Diamond?

Registration for Diamond Open Days is through our Diamond Event Booking system and will require you to register the names of all of the members of your party (up to 6 people maximum per booking). You will need to have a valid email address.

PLEASE NOTE REGISTRATION FOR THE MARCH EVENT IS NOW CLOSED

If you have any problems with registration, please contact the Diamond Communications Team on diamondcomms@diamond.ac.uk or 01235 778884.

Future Open Days

The next Public Open Day is on Wednesday 26th August 2015 .

To recieve notification when booking opens for the August Open Day please e-mail the Diamond Communications team at diamondcomms@diamond.ac.uk