Are you ready for an out-of-this-world adventure? Get ready to embark on a cosmic journey as the "Space For Everyone" tour touches down in Queens Square Wrexham from the 14th to the 18th of September. This is no ordinary tour; it's a thrilling experience that promises to captivate and educate the next generation about the wonders of space.
Xplore! is joining the fun with exciting activities developed for The Our World from Space Project. Prepare to be amazed as you dive headfirst into the mysteries of the universe.
The "Space For Everyone" tour is not just about stargazing; it's about shedding light on the amazing possibilities that space exploration offers. The UK's thriving space industry and the diverse career opportunities it provides will be on full display. This initiative is all about inspiring the next generation to reach for the stars while showcasing how space enhances life on Earth.
Matt Archer, Launch Director at the UK Space Agency, couldn't be more excited: "The Space for Everyone Tour has been an enormous success, with families, schools, and young people having the opportunity not only to see a rocket up close but learn about the role space has in our daily lives." The UK's space sector is world-leading, and it welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and skill sets. This tour aims to inspire the next generation of homegrown space talent.
But that's not all! Want to take home an unforgettable memory from this cosmic journey? Take your photo with the rocket, tag us on social media, and you'll receive an incredible 20% off the full Xplore! ticket price for entrance on that day. It's the perfect opportunity to make your space adventure even more affordable! Plus get 20% off our space related goodies in the shop.
So, mark your calendars for this stellar event from the 14th to the 18th of September. Space For Everyone promises an unforgettable journey into the great unknown. Whether you're a child, a family, or a teacher, this tour offers something for everyone. Blast off into the cosmos and witness first hand how space technologies enrich our lives on Earth.