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Space Expo, Noordwijk
(4/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • There are two parts in this museum: One everyone can see, which is the largest and fairly interesting in itself and makes most of the tour. I'm a techie, I spent two hours there and those weren't bori...  more »
  • I had no idea that the Netherlands is the development and testing of space equipment from Europe. You have the opportunity to play in a rocket engine, view a satellite after returning to Earth, crash burned by friction. Has a simulator of rocket and a real space station. Not to be missed.
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  • Visited with three children (1 of 4 and 2 of 6). The expo is not all that big and not everything was interesting for them. The realize what a Galaxy is and details about rocket launches eluded them. The treasure hunt which can be purchased (€ 0.50) in which they had to search images was enough to keep their attention at the museum. Slightly larger children can more look at the collections and their meaning.
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  • Interesting museum about rocket and satellite . Takes one and half hour going alone. Some of exhibits have no introduction. Not all interactivities are open. Better if without such problems.
  • For somebody who is interested for its amazing, for some they go fast, can sit outside for a coffee. The highlight is the show in the observatory. Who have claustrophobia, go not inside, 25 people in a small room. The personal is extrem friendly and helpful. Thanks.
  • went there on the open day. quite crowdy, parking was far away. we were unlucky it was raining whole time. it took more than 1 hour to enter the building. my suggestion would be to go on the open day as early as possible.
  • In general this place is teaching, and young kids can learn from it. The presentations are nice but in Dutch only. The text is in English too. If you are around and have free time you should come.