Space Expo (Noordwijk)
The Noordwijk Space Expo holds a number of space related exhibitions and takes visitors on a journey through our universe, where students can touch a meteorite, launch a simulation rocket and even take one small step, walking on the moon. The museum’s goal is to teach people about the importance of space flight and preserve the legacy and importance of research and developments in space travel. Throughout the immersive, engaging and interactive experiences your students will develop an understanding for the fascinating world of space exploration and the benefits it possesses for us. Amongst the most popular attractions at the facility are the interactive model of the International Space Station and the scale re-enactment of the moon landing.
While in the area your group can add additional tours on at the European Space Agency’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESA ESTEC) where students can discover exactly what The ESA does touching on topics such as research, Lunar exploration, 3D printing and much, much, more!