Space for Everyone: Bradford

Space for Everyone: Bradford

Bradford is the next stop on the UK Space Agency's Space for Everyone Tour! We’re landing in the grounds of Centenary Square.

Join us to discover the important role of space in our everyday lives and dive into the vast array of space-related jobs in the UK space industry. The best part is the tour is completely free and there’s no need to book in advance.

Simply turn up within the opening hours and immerse yourself in the endless possibilities of space!

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Here’s how you can get to the museum by foot, rail, and car:

By Foot:

To reach Bradford Centenary Square on foot, you can follow these directions:

  • Start at your current location. Head towards the city center, following the most direct route. Continue until you reach Centenary Square in Bradford.
By Rail/Bus:
  • If you prefer taking the train, Check the train schedules to Bradford.
  • Arrive at Bradford Interchange or Bradford Forster Square Railway Station.
  • Exit the station and proceed towards the city center.
  • Follow the signs or directions to Centenary Square, which is located in the heart of Bradford.
By Car:

For those traveling by car, follow these directions to reach Centenary Square:

Enter your current location into a reliable GPS or navigation system. Set your destination as Centenary Square, Bradford. Follow the suggested route:

  • The nearest car park to Bradford Centenary Square is Broadway Shopping Centre Car Park, located on Hall Ings, Bradford, BD1 1JR.
  • Park your vehicle there and proceed to Centenary Square on foot.

Remember to check for any traffic updates or road closures that might affect your journey.

As you explore the tour, you will have the opportunity to engage in various hands-on activities. The tour aims to inspire curiosity and educate visitors about the wide range of opportunities available in space, from engineers and coders to space doctors, artists, and more.

Enjoy your visit to Space for Everyone: Bradford!

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