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An inspiring educational attraction for all ages. Experience the world of space and astronomy through displays and interactive activities. Our centrepiece exhibit is a small but fascinating collection of artifacts from the American and...more
5 Whitmore Street | Corner of Whitmore and Lyon Streets, Kihikihi 3800, New Zealand
All reviews virtual reality school trip all ages interactive displays amazing collection great learning year olds kids and adults wealth of information hands on activities all age groups quick visit worth a trip interesting place rainy day great school waikato region
Went with my 5 and 7 yr olds who loved the children's activities to earn their cadet badges. A lot to see and read - probably better for older children or those really into space. Dave was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable.
We visited with our grandchildren (4 years girl, 6 years boy) thinking this would take, maybe, half an hour. What a surprise we got. The kids loved it and so did we. There’s something for everyone, from hunting for “treasure” to gain Space Cadet statuses,...More
We recently visited the space Centre on 2 class trips - one with 5&6 year olds and the other with 9&10& 11 year olds.
This little space center may not look like much but man has it got a lot of interesting info and things...More
The space centre would be perfect for enthusiasts and tourists merely looking for something to do on a rainy day. Suitable for all ages! We had a great time and may finally be convinced of the moon landings
As part of our learning about the Solar System, we organised a school trip to the Te Awamutu Space Centre. We took four classes of Year 5 and 6 students, over two days. The trip was a great success. Dave and his team organised the...More
The Te Awamutu Space Centre is fun and informative & in such a great location! (across the road from a significant NZ history site & such a delicious bakery!) Dave's passion for space is infectious and the amount of information to interact with & enjoy...More
We only found out about this place about 2 months ago.
Have been twice so far, great displays, great layout, lots to learn/explore.
My son (and husband) enjoyed everything at the space center.
Having been to NASA Johnson Space Center in December 2017, it's great...More