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The National Space Centre is the UK’s largest attraction dedicated to space exploration and space science. As such we have an amazing building filled with rockets, satellites, Martian surfaces and other amazing artefacts. The building also houses experts and a full Space Communications team.

In the past the Centre has worked with BBC, CNN, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, National Geographic and many other media outlets to provide content and location for news and educational pieces.

Of course the Centre must remain focused on its core objectives and ensure that visitors have the full experience of the Centre, so none of this activity is done to the determent of the public.


The National Space Centre can offer:

  • Unique filming location
  • Media trained experts
  • ISDN Media Studio 

However this service is subject to availability and dependant upon your requirements, we cannot endorse commercial products or services and filming that is of a commercial nature will need to be booked through the Corporate Manager on a private hire of the building and is subject to standard hire fees.

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with any enquiries or call the Press Office on 0116 258 2104.

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Celebrate your birthday at the National Space Centre with our fantastic birthday party packages!

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