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What's on at the National Space Centre

The National Space Centre hosts many special event weekends, evening events and school holiday packages. From Alien Easter egg hunts to invasions from the Dark side in Star Wars events, there really is something for everybody to enjoy.


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Peake Season Summer

12 July - 31 August

This Summer the National Space Centre will be challenging YOU to "Train with Tim" and see if you have what it takes to be an astronaut, just like British ESA Astronaut; Tim Peake.

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Creator Fair

20-21 September

The National Space Centre is opening the building to showcase makers, builders, designers and crafters, for a weekend dedicated to amazing creativity.

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Small Space Toddler Day

26 September

Small Space Days are the new Toddler events at the National Space Centre for our littlest Astronauts to enjoy.

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Spooky Science

Green Slime

18 October - 02 November, 10am - 5pm

Halloween Half Term Holidays have taken over at the National Space Centre and a team of mad scientists have decided to have so much fun they want you to come along and enjoy it too. See mad science, make slime and discover the frightening side of space.

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Alien Encounter Halloween

31 October and 01 November

On the ready line Marines. This is an evening of frights, fights and Alien sights!  The Centre opens it's doors for a squad of Colonial Marines to take charge, in a mission that will change your world forever.

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A Taste of Science

15 November

Come along and try some amazing cheese and wine, as well as some fun and quirky science about how to really enjoy eating!

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Steampunks in Space

29/30 November

The invasion is planned and the dirigibles have taken to the sky for a weekend dedicated to rockets, steam, tea, cake and to celebrate the end of Movember; the moustache!

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Christmas Party Nights

December 2014

Looking to celebrate with colleagues this festive season, then why not consider a Christmas Party Night Package at the National Space Centre?

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