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Space Expo, Noordwijk

(4/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Here you can with a children's Party just fine. Nice guide know enthusiasm on children. There are interesting large, original objects (e.g. the capsule by Andre Kuipers) and replicas (the Spacelab ISS) and there is much about told. Here and there there is in the display cases have what many technical explanation, but which can also quickly be skipped. Cons: Museum catering especially practical but little cosy; and the introduction, right after you get the exhibition enters, is fairly boring with small print on 2 meters. Apart from these thingies this museum is more than OK.
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  • The Exhibition Space Expo offers a look at the vastness and shows the history of space flight. A glimpse into a part of the space station gives a good impression how the crew that must experience. Fun, engaging and educational experience. Interesting for young and old.
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  • cosy afternoon with my kids on step to Space Expo, definitely worth it! Children were all afternoon with all technical equipment
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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.