Cosmic valentine – review of national space centre, leicester, england – tripadvisor gas and water llc

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Took static electricity definition science my two young nephews (10 and 4) during half term. We had to pay to park the car (£2) which I thought was a bit cheeky given how much it is to get in to the centre. Cost £35 for the 4 of us to get in (4 year old went free). Got there just as it was opening so no queues, but the young girl who provided us with tickets was a bit surly and didn’t provide us with any information. There doesn’t appear to be any structure to anything, all a bit haphazard. A lot of the interactive stuff didn’t work which was vey disappointing for the kids. We decided to go for something to eat, the range of sandwiches for kids was very poor (jam or egg) and was quite all 4 gas giants names expensive too. There seemed to be more cakes on sale than sandwiches – not a very healthy choice. The kids were getting bored and wanted to leave so after a quick visit to the gift shop, the total spent for the 2 and a half hours we were there was approaching £80!! Maybe we went on a bad day but I won’t be visiting again and I won’t be recommending it to any of my friends. The kids had more fun in the Abbey Pumping Station just across the road and it was all free!!! We will definitely be visiting the Pumping hp gas online booking no Station again!

Thank you for your feedback and sincere apologies that you did not experience the National Space Centre at it’s best. I have forwarded all your comments to our team and they will be acted upon. All of our staff are focused on making sure you do have a fantastic day with us, so to not feel welcomed is unacceptable. Unfortunately, as a charity, we have to charge a nominal fee to cover the upkeep of the car park. We have tried to keep it as low as possible and it is a fraction of the £8 you pay at some attractions, or the £5+ you would experience to go shopping in the gas under a dollar City Centre. We have logged that three of the 150+ interactives were out for any period of time over the half term holiday, including the Mars Transmission Booth, but no more than this, so I am unsure as to your comment regarding a lot of the interactive stuff didn’t work. If you email us full details of the items you are refering to we would be happy to investigate further – info@spacecentre.co.uk. Our cafe offers over 20 varieties of sandwiches gas monkey monster truck hellcat, baguettes and rolls, all made freshly on the premisses daily, as well as homemade soups, cakes and flapjacks. The children’s sandwiches on display are from a basic range that we provide based on extensive customer feedback, but as the signage states, our chefs are always more than happy to make something to your specific requirements (see the comment further down from a very satisfied customer who did just this). We do of course offer fruit, fromage frais and yoghurt, as well as the carrot cake, flapjacks and muffins, as an alternative healthy option. Once again, sincere apologies you did not have an enjoyable experience, but thank you for you invaluable feedback.

Thank you for taking time to write a review, we really do appreciate constructive feedback to help with future development. The National electricity measurements units Space Centre is a charity in receipt of no funding, so rest assured in the fact that neither the Council or University has subsidised any of the activity at the Centre. The conservation of our 1,000+ artefacts is funded solely by our fantastic visitors, who also support our educational work (over 63,000 school children last year on National Curriculum linked programmes). The National Space Centre is a family day out, educational establishment and information hub for all things spacey, you may electricity facts label have seen our team on the news on Friday helping to tell the stories of the Russian fireball and the Meteor on a near Earth path. We always hope that the 150+ interactive challenges, 3D SIM, UK’s largest planetarium, six hands-on galleries and of course the iconic Rocket Tower will entertain, excite and educate visitors, but it seems it was not the case during your visit. I am sorry you feel this way 3 gases in the atmosphere, I hope you were able to enjoy the added elements for the school holiday period, including our Space Fiction book festival and guest authors each day. If you would like to give further feedback on any elements that you feel we could improve, or offer further constructive points, we would love to hear them – info@spacecentre.co.uk Once again, thank you for your time to offer this feedback.