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The Observatory Science Centre, Herstmonceux

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  • We went as a couple with no children. Although for us it was a short visit the young ones could play for hours on the hands on exhibits. Some interesting articles and very impressive telescopes. Great...  more »
  • We went today with 11, 12 and 13 year olds. A rainy day but plenty to do inside the main building and the domes and time to play outside when the rain paused. We've been recently but kids really wante...  more »
  • We visited with our 4-year-old daughter and all had a wonderful time. There is something for everyone, from the exhibits relating to the astronomical work, to the many hands-on activities that kept ou...  more »
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  • Had a nice day out, but not that great for 3 year olds, maybe a little older but good science museum Fascinating place though! Good fun!
  • Great place for inquisitive minds, lots of little activities to do that get the kids asking questions, and a water play area that the younger ones can have great fun with. All the staff were very helpful and answered every question the kids had about space and the planets. Only criticism is that the cafe is expensive and not a lot of choice, so bring your own packed lunch.
  • Lots of hands on exploration, also the tour is a must! We were able to see the doors open in one of the observatories. Great day out, would also be great for kids.
  • Fantastic educational place for children and adults. Lots to do and see.
  • Done the night tour with my 5 year old daughter and it was simply amazing