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Spaceport



Spaceport is a visitor attraction which takes you on an inspirational journey through space, as you walk through several themed galleries, which all feature a large variety of interactive hands-on exhibits and audio visual experiences.

Situated at Seacome, Wallasey, on the Wirral Penninsula, Spaceport is a 10 million pound attraction which takes the visitor on an inspirational journey through space via 6 individually themed galleries which all feature a large variety of hands on exhibits and audio visual experiences

A visit to Spaceport normally takes around two hours of which 30 minutes is taken up in the Planetarium Dome.

Directions

From the M56 westbound, turn right onto the M53 J11. Follow the M53 motorway to J1, take A5139 [Docks Link/ Dock Road]. At the roundabout, continue straight ahead on the A5139. At the next roundabout, take a left onto the A554. The terminal building is on the right hand side, with 200 free car park spaces. From Liverpool travel through the Kingsway, Wallasey, Mersey Tunnel and take the first turn on the left after the pay booths. Take a further left at the junction and then left on to the A5139. At the next roundabout take a left on to the A554. The terminal building is on the right hand side, with 200 free car park spaces.




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