Space for Everyone: Great Yarmouth

Space for Everyone: Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth is the next stop on the UK Space Agency's Space for Everyone Tour! We’re landing on the Seafront at Sea Life Gardens.

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!

Find us

We will be located at Sea Life Gardens, just one mile away from Great Yarmouth train station.



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

By Foot:

Sea Life Gardens is conveniently located on Great Yarmouth Seafront, making it accessible by foot from various parts of the town. Simply head towards the seafront and follow the signs for Sea Life Centre and look out for the giant observation Ferris Wheel, the rocket will be located just by that.

By Rail:

If you’re arriving by train, the nearest railway station to Sea Life Gardens is Great Yarmouth Railway Station.

Upon arriving at the station, exit and head south towards the seafront. Follow the signs for the Sea Life Centre and you’ll reach your destination within a 15 to 20-minute walk. The station is well-connected to various cities and towns, making it a convenient option for visitors coming from different locations.

By Car:

For those driving to Sea Life Gardens, there are several routes you can take, depending on your starting point. A commonly used route is to take the A47 towards Great Yarmouth. Follow the signs for the seafront or “Marine Parade,” where Sea Life Gardens is located.

The sat nav reference for the location is NR30 3AH. Look out for the Sea Life Centre signage to direct you.

As you approach the seafront, you’ll find pay & display parking is available on Marine Parade & seafront car parks.

Please note that specific directions may vary depending on your starting point and it’s always advisable to check for any road closures or traffic updates before setting off on 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: Great Yarmouth!

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