Euro Space Center, Transinne

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2.8/5 based on 65+ 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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  • I visited the Euro Space Center in 2014 with a group of children from 8 to 12 years old which I was host for a course around the theme of astronomy. For the tour, we were accompanied by a young astronomy facilitator who was the internship with us. Enabled us to enjoy themed rooms. Some children are tried to moonwalk, this was a very nice experience. For lunch, we had our sandwiches and had no trouble to find an outdoor table for us install all together.
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  • In the Euro Space Center is the central theme of space travel. Best fascinating. The visit is done via an audio guide which is available in multiple languages. The story of the audio guide is in the different rooms visually supported. A little spectacle. The less good to this visit I found that you "in shifts" the visit starts. You can here so nothing quiet, at your own pace. Sometimes the explanation us what went too fast, but pause or return is not possible. At the end of your visit you can still experience a kind of 3-d spectacle in a cinema where the chairs move. There is also a planetarium (pay extra) and you can do a Moonwalk (pay extra). But if the pressure is, as was the case with us, sometimes insufficient to close this in terms of timing with the rest of the visit. The planetarium we wanted to do, but still had to wait an hour and a half. So we decided to skip this but. All in all definitely do great for a family outing, though it is not cheap.
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  • We attended the night of the stars of the 11/08/2016 (3 adults and 5 children) family and it was really great (and free addition...) The welcome was warm, downtown Nice to visit (cinema 5 d advice!) and the proposed activities for the very interesting children while remaining playful. We went to eat at the restaurant on-site: very good value for money (and mussels were delicious for me) before leaving, passage obliged by the gift shop and there, no surprises either: pretty things for everyone and democratic price (compared to any other amusement park, which I prefer to keep the name...)
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  • 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.
  • Had a lovely day here. Excellent staff cater well for foreign languages, as do the exhibits themselves. You can get a tablet from reception to scan qr codes and get translations of any section of the French only exhibits. The moon walk experience is sadly for older children than mine but she has asked if she can come back when she's 6.
  • I went for my Transition Year trip last February. It was good a great week not so sure about the activities in the actual space centre, we did things outside of it in the afternoon. Bring soap theres none!
  • Largely renovated in 2014, great place to work at.
  • I went in 8th grade and it was aight. Es war OK.
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