Euro Space Center, Transinne
(2.8/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Euro Space Center is a science museum and educational tourist attraction located in Transinne (Libin), near Redu in Belgium. It is devoted to space science and astronautics.The centre includes simulators of space flight and micro-gravity.It is the home of the only full-scale mock-up of a U.S. Space Shuttle existing in Europe, named Amicitia.
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  • The visit is very informative and well organized both adults and children can spend a pleasant and instructive time Audiofoons in four languages
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  • The exhibition is mainly audio guide, very few mock ups, or real staff, but the ones are there you have the feeling that all made in 1970, placed there and did not touch since then. Including cleaning...  more »
  • Visit: interesting, lasts 1 h 30 about, has a lot of things see, that sometimes goes a bit too fast and it is better that he was got too crowded. Overall, do not rush in the morning, but come a little later, you'll be fine. We visited arriving around 10: 00 and then again the afternoon around 3 pm, we were all alone in the family. Outside: interesting but nothing exciting. March/moon walk: a do, but too bad that helmet of VR is in low resolution, you can see pixels. Good it's good when even, get started! The planetarium: film about the water and its origin in the universe, sauce operation global of the formation of stars, planets, big bang, etc. Children (8 and 10) were dropped, so a book has scientists in herbs, but not neophytes. Cafeteria: we have price burger and half chicken, steak burger consisting of thing restored with herbs, ketchup and bread, nothing else: €6.90 for children and € 11.90 adult, change only the size of the steak and you have more fries. I struggled to digest the faux steak in question. The rubbery chicken (warmed up). Overcooked fries. Overall opinion: too expensive for what is served and really not good. Plan a picnic peak or are looking for a restaurant or a chip shop around the corner, your output is ok because the ticket is valid day.
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  • Interesting place more available for kids. The Dutch audioguide is way to fast and a bit annoying for my taste to listen to. The information given is great, with good references to other events not related to space. It's more about spaceflight and less about the universe itself which was a bummer for me. The planetarium was really special and the moonwalk was kind of fun, but not worth the extra price. Still worth a visit though.
  • The place is getting old but still a lot to learn. You can test the oculus rift for an low gravity experience
  • The exhibition is nicely done. Interesting content, well done voice guide. The moonwalk and Mars walk with VR glasses is a bit of a disappointment. The planetarium was sort of interesting. Note it is just a tiny room and they were showing a short film about the origins of water, not the night sky as you'd expect to see in a planetarium. The restaurant was overpriced considering the quality of food offered.
  • It was an honour to win the Odysseus contest and visit the ESC
  • Some things could have been done better but it is still good